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jtarr

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How do I change the system configuration utility out of the diagnositic mode. I'm receiving a message that I sould change to the normal start up mode. Thanks.
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Major Payne

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Start, Run, type in msconfig, click OK. On General tab, check Normal startup box.

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isnt there another utililty like that....sysconfig or something. I need to remember wat it is; i might want to mess w/ it.
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used to be a sysedit, which still works, but it does not address registry settings, just autoexec.bat, config.sys, win.ini and system.ini

pretty useless today
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mm, okay....thanks wat other utilities are there for advanced editing? other than regedit....already play w/ that one.
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