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Searching Directory in MSDOS mode

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It's been so long since I used MS-Dos mode that I can't remember the commands, hehe! I'm trying to search all entries for the name of a specific program I had on my main drive to see if anything remains in the DOS, even if it's not appearing in my registry. (is that possible?) I manually cleaned out all the Registry entries, but when I try to re-install this simple program (The Sims Transmogrifier) that used to work for years without problems, it's just not working properly. Is it possible that something remains in MSDOS??? <_< If so, what are the commands to search through the directory and remove all entries? Thanks so much for your help! :D

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