Autoexec Nt File Is Missing
Run a scan from Safe Mode with fully updated anti-virus reference files. It's off by defaultbecause it slows down the computer and often noone cares.1. YOU HAVE NOT FIXED IT (as some setup programs will> now fail).>> Autoexec.nt. Please read carefully the Google Answers Terms of Service. this contact form
No body seems to know why this happens It's>> obviously something to do with the Windows XP file protection feature but> no>> one can tell me what to do to stop Error message when you install or start an MS-DOS or 16-bit Windows-based program A Downloader Trojan (TrojanDownloader.Win32.Dia.a)placed a program called Winad Client on my machine. On the File menu, click New. 7. Also in XP it sits inthe> > windows/system32 directory.> >> > "Bud Norris"
Config.nt The System File Is Not Suitable For Running Ms-dos And Microsoft Windows Applications
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 There are a couple of programs in the "wild" known to cause this kind of behaviour. YOU HAVE NOT FIXED IT (as some setup programs willnow fail).Autoexec.nt. The file is still there!
- I have searched and searched resources, support groups, knowledgeable IT professionals, etc.
- A little background info: config.nt is the rough equivalent to config.sys autoexec.nt is the rough equivalent to autoexec.nt You might not be finding them because they are hidden, system, or protected
wrote in message> >> news:%[email protected]> >> > If you make the file read only it will stay put.
Also in XP it sits >>> >> > in>>> >> > the>>> >> > windows/system32 directory.>>> >> >>>> >> > "Bud Norris"
I was happy to assist you with this question. Download Config Nt Windows 7 I had already discovered> that> > the file is missing from that directory and I was trying to locateanother> > copy to put there. J. Start Notepad. 2.
Config.nt Windows 7
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. I had already discovered that the file is missing from that directory and I was trying to locate another copy to put there. Config.nt The System File Is Not Suitable For Running Ms-dos And Microsoft Windows Applications Everytime I have had a mindboggling computer problem, the solution came quickest by using this newsgroup. Config.nt Download I had already discovered> >> that> >>> the file is missing from that directory and I was trying to locate > >>> another> >>> copy to put there.
People for some reason keep saying it's the>> C:\Windows|System32 folder. (Ido realize thats what the Microsoft >> articles>> say but ther're wrong)>> If any of these experts that answered your question Request for Question Clarification by pwizard-ga on 29 Oct 2002 19:58 PST Note that you may only need to extract the CONFIG.NT file with the above solution and not the autoexec click OK. http://1pxcare.com/windows-7/regedit-is-missing.html Locate, and then right-click %SYSTEMROOT%\System32, and then click Paste. 4.
Thank you. 16 Bit Ms-dos Subsystem Error Windows 7 If somehow you can replace the AUTOEXEC.NT>> >> >> file>> >> >> in>> >> >> your C:\WINNT\System32| folder AND keep it there, please let me >> >> >> know>> >> >> I'm flabbergasted that such a simple thing could resolve this> deletion>> problem!
In the File Name box, type "Config.nt" (without the quotation marks), and then click Save. 5.
If somehow you can replace the AUTOEXEC.NT>>> >> >> file>>> >> >> in>>> >> >> your C:\WINNT\System32| folder AND keep it there, please let me >>> >> >> know>>> >> >> AnonymousNov 21, 2004, 3:50 AM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.newusers (More info?)Hi Sebastian,You could also try copying the autoexec.nt file from the C:\Windows\Repairfolder to the C:\Windows\System folder.In addition, have a look at If neither of these works, then go through the steps outlined in the clarification above. Config.nt Windows Xp now the .txt should be there.
mellen-ga rated this answer: and gave an additional tip of: $5.00 Finally getting a solution and so quickly has gotten my day off to a wonderful start. Some recent Microsoft downloads, and another rather> old program throw up the message>> 16 bit window subsystem> C:\Windows\System32\Autoexec.nt - the sytem file is not suitable for > running> MS-DOS or Microsoft You can use a spreadsheet.-- ----------------------------------------------------------http://www.uscricket.com"Terry"
I've now read it again, and there are other steps I can take later in the article. If this does not resolve this issue, continue to Method 2. I did first try sparky4ca's suggestion, but it didn't work. Moose"
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As a result, when trying to run certain applications which make use of 16-bit technology an error message like the following may be displayed: "16 bit Windows Subsystem - C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\AUTOEXEC.NT. To set this value to no auditing, in the Properties dialog box for this policy setting, select the Define these policy settings check box and clear the Success and Failure check Who knows? It's the>> C:\WINNT\System32| folder.
There is something deleting it for many people at boot or> shutdown. Everytime I put the file into the system32 folder it is> deleted> > the next time I reboot. 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 You should see a notepad icon with the name "New Text Document.txt" highlited.