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I dont think this is a virus or anything but I will describe what happens. First of all If I want to ping any site I type ping Http://www.google.com for a example but instead of showing the results like it used to the cmd or command just goes to a new line without showing anything, the same happens with me typing netstat. Do you have any idea how to solve this? I want it to show the result but it doesnt work with cmd or command.com
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Check this thread. The problem there was with Environment Variables.
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Sorry It doesnt work Plz find something else even though I searched google I found nothin gbut......i searched my hard drive and i found ping.ex_ and netstat.ex_ in c:/windows/i836? is that helpful?

Edited by hax0rz, 16 August 2006 - 05:43 PM.

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Try: ping www.google.com

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same thin git just took a little longer that time it just doesnt show the results!!!!
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YEs I also have been having problems like this, can anyone help?
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It seems like no one knows the answer to this!!!
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I have not been able to reproduce this problem with a clean machine.

I am assuming that you all are trying to run cmd.exe from Start >Run >cmd

If so, the path in the Title bar should be "C:\WINDOWS\system32\cmd.exe"

The path displayed in the window should be "C:\Documents and Settings\username"

Do you have Administrator priviledge?

Have you had a case of malware that may have modified the user priviledges?

I also assume that you have not set the font color the same as the background color. :blink:

I thought that setting <echo off> may give this result. This is not the case.

Anyway, cmd.exe documentation.

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Edited by -=blaster=-, 19 August 2006 - 07:17 AM.

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Thats weird I am hp administrator and I cant login as administrator what happened? sometimes it also says ntvdm has encountered an illegal instruction or something, it is weird

Edited by hax0rz, 19 August 2006 - 12:29 AM.

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