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Hi guys,

i recently tried to open cmd, but some error saying :This system file is not suitable for running MS-DOS.... bla bla, if i go to safe mode i can open up cmd, also my system32 folder is missing ;) i think it might have something to do with that,

any help will be appreciated :tazz: thnx
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Download the xp-fix from the following page:

windows xp 16-bit subsystem error
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hi, thnx for that fix, i fixed it and clicked ok, tried to run cmd, now a new problem is up, the cmd screen disappears in less than a second after its opened, tried it a few times, it just disappears, was there anything else i was required to do after i did the fix, reboot?

THNX
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i opened explorer and typed C:\Windows\system32, i got the folder now, and i saw cmd in there, i opened it and it opened, i didnt test it to see if it works but it seems aight, but using Run and then typing cmd doesnt open it...why?
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