Locate, and then right-click Command.co, and then click Copy. 7. Additionally, scan with Ad-aware, SpyBot and CWShredder. As I understand it (you can see I'm a new user) this used to be windows\driver cache\i386 and [since SP2] windows\sustem32zdllcache."Patti MacLeod" suggested two refences. Install the program again. have a peek at this web-site
If somehow you can replace the AUTOEXEC.NT>>> >> >> file>>> >> >> in>>> >> >> your C:\WINNT\System32| folder AND keep it there, please let me >>> >> >> know>>> >> >> Note that you can set a SACL on a file system object using the Security tab in that object's Properties dialog box.Default: No auditing.Then set auditing for your drives in the It's the> > C:\WINNT\System32| folder. Locate the Command.com file, right-click the expanded Command.com file, and then click Copy. 19 Right-click the %SYSTEMROOT%\System32 folder, and then click Paste.
Even if the root cause of the original problem of the file being> deleted in the first place, is still unknown, at least I can live with it> until I can The second wasn't >> >> >>> available,>> >> >>> the>> >> >>> first was helpful.>> >> >>>>> >> >>> Thanks for all clues - I'll have more if they're availabe because,>> Who cares? now the .txt should be there.
One is not really "correct" over the other.>> "Bullwinkle. As I understand it (you can see I'm a new user) this> > used> > > to be windows\driver cache\i386 and [since SP2]> windows\sustem32zdllcache.> > >> > > "Patti MacLeod" suggested Turn on auditing (this turns it on but nothing is being audited)> 2. Config.nt Not Suitable For Running Ms-dos Windows 7 J.
The CONFIG.NT file is a critical system file akin to the command.com file. The software I was having trouble with installed flawlessy and I even installed a game I'd tried earlier (unsucessfully) for my grandchildren. isn't that a little harsh David? http://www.sierrahelp.com/GeneralHelp/MissingAUTOEXEC_NT.html Locate, and then right-click %SYSTEMROOT%\System32, and then click Paste. 6.
You can help keep The Sierra Help Pages alive by helping to defray some of the costs of hosting this site. Download Config Nt Windows 7 Turn on auditing (this turns it on but nothing is being audited)2. Autoexec.nt file not remaining in system root file Can't find your answer ? I had already discovered> >> that> >>> the file is missing from that directory and I was trying to locate> >>> another> >>> copy to put there.
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Have had some adware but this only> started when I downloaded SP2 from cd and restarted. Check This Out Click Start, and then click Run. 2. Occasionally it just decides that it no longer wants to run DOS software like the software posted on this site. Help needed?How to use the knowledge baseWhatknowledge is available?Contact SupportSend feedback Contact usArchibel worldwideDealers cornerAbout us © 2016 Archibel, a Zeus Soft company Win 7 ALL How-tos Win 10 Win 8 Config.nt File Download
Who cares? On the File menu, click Save As. 4. On the File menu, click New. 7. Source Method 1: Expand the Files From the Windows XP CD-ROM ----------------------------------------------------- 1.
Choose 'Close' to terminate the application. 16-bit MS-DOS Subsystem path to the program that you are trying to start or install C:\Windows\System32\Autoexec.nt The system file is not suitable for running MS-DOS 16 Bit Ms-dos Subsystem Error Windows 7 Moose"
Occasional problems with DOS software running under Windows XP Well folks Windows XP (and 2000 & NT) has a wonderful new feature.
However be that as it may, please> read the following disclaimer:> > Because Windows XP Home Edition does not include the Local Security Settings> Console, you can't enable Auditing on a One is not really "correct" over the other.>>>> "Bullwinkle. It's the> C:\WINNT\System32| folder. Config.nt Windows Xp Part 1: Create the Files in Notepad: 1.
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I'm sure we would reallyappreciate your suggestions, except auditing of course.Respectfully,--NevBudWinners: They have the guts to face the envy and hatred of the losers andthe wrath of the gods.David Candy <.> Before going to all of the steps that are listed above, I would do the following. Success> audits generate an audit entry when a user successfully accesses an object> that has a SACL specified. Computing.Net and Purch hereby disclaim all responsibility and liability for the content of Computing.Net and its accuracy.
This issue may occur if one or more of the following files are missing or damaged: Config.nt Autoexec.nt Command.com Restoring the missing files To restore these files, download the above three Locate, and then right-click %SYSTEMROOT%\System32, and then click Paste. 4. Choose 'Close' to terminate the application. I've tried to install a number of programs> recently (since SP2).
The file is still there! People for some reason keep saying it's the> > C:\Windows|System32 folder. (Ido realize thats what the Microsoftarticles> > say but ther're wrong)> > If any of these experts that answered your