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Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Apr 3, 2005 http://www.visualtour.com/downloads/xp_fix.exe Log In or Register to post comments bipin (not verified) on Feb 15, 2003 John Restore the autoexec.nt and config.nt files from the repair folder For users who do not have their Windows XP or 2000 CD or want to try restoring their backup files from In my case the files autoexec.nt and config.nt were in complete form, since they were so small, and did not need to be expanded. I also did not receive a Windows CD with my computer. have a peek at this web-site

To resolve this error, restore the default versions of these files from the NT installation CD-ROM by performing the following steps: Run cmd.exe (go to Start, Run, and type cmd.exe). The system files is not sui Caddy,Which operating system are you using?Please click on the link below and read the information provided in a previous discussion about a similar issue:Autoexec.nt Repair Sometimes windows updates or other software updates delete your autoexec.nt file from the system32 folder. Also, in the above example, we use the "windows" directory. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/305521

The error that comes up is this; C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\AUTOEXEC.NT The system file is not suitable for running MS-DOS and Microsoft windows applications. Navigate to the %systemroot%\system32 folder by typing cd %systemroot%\system32 Rename the current command.com, autoexec.nt, and config.nt files and append the word "old" to the filenames by typing rename command.com command.comold rename If you are using Microsoft Windows 2000, substitute this directory for the "winnt" directory.

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As I mentioned, in my case that would be all of the files in c:\i386. In Notepad, type the following entries: dos=high, umb device=%SYSTEMROOT%\system32\himem.sys files=40 On the File menu, click Save As. Skip to the next section. a fantastic read I expanded the autoexec.nt file from my xp cd and it resolved the issue right away.

You're the best Grif Thomas. close WindowsWindows 10 Windows Server 2012 Windows Server 2008 Windows Server 2003 Windows 8 Windows 7 Windows Vista Windows XP Exchange ServerExchange Server 2013 Exchange Server 2010 Exchange Server 2007 Exchange Choose'Close' to terminate the application."I have had this trouble since two day ago. In the right pane, right-click autoexec.nt and click Copy from the menu that appears.

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Change the Download signed ActiveX controls to PromptChange the Download unsigned ActiveX controls to DisableChange the Initialize and script ActiveX controls not marked as safe to DisableChange the Installation of desktop Check This Out Worked a treat. There is a fix you can download to automate the repair of Autoexec.nt, Config.nt and Command.Com You will need your Windows XP cd reading when running the fix. Log In or Register to post comments Advertisement nep (not verified) on Nov 19, 2004 After you restart your computer, check to see that the autoexec.nt file has not been removed

There should be a couple of them. Like most problems, there is a solution for this. Connie 0 Message Expert Comment by:babidgood ID: 134557482005-03-03 If you try to start or install an MS-DOS-based or a 16-bit Windows-based program on your Windows XP-based computer, you may receive Source I searched for it on the microsoft site, but it said you >> needed>> a windows cd.

Covered by US Patent. Expand the files from the Windows XP or 2000 CD The steps below will restore the autoexec.nt, config.nt, and command.com files from the Windows XP CD. To do this you must have the Microsoft Windows XP CD.

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To learn more and to read the lawsuit, click here. After following the above instructions, the issue should be resolved. Insert the Microsoft Windows XP CD into the computer. In the left pane, scroll down and click the System32 folder.

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The system file is not suitable for running MS-DOS and Microsoft Windows applications " is displayed when installing Backup Exec for Windows Server 9.x Below are some solutions of how to It got rid of the problem I was having with Lotus. The system file is not suitable for running MS-DOS and Microsoft Windows aplications. Restart PC.

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Once the above files have been successfully copied, type exit to close the MS-DOS window. Discussion is locked Flag Permalink You are posting a reply to: C:/WINDOWS/SYSTEM32/AUTOEXEC.NT. solved how will i transfer my windows and other files from the old hard drive to the new hard drive? cd\windows\repair copy autoexec.nt c:\windows\system32 copy config.nt c:\windows\system32 In the above example, we use the "windows" directory.

In the MS-DOS Window, type the below commands.