16-bit MS-DOS Subsystem
Path to the program that you are trying to install
config.nt The system file is not suitanle for running MS-DOS and Microsoft Windows applications. Choose 'Close' to terminate the application.
Now, I have went to microsoft support sire and found the floowing solution:
In the Open box type cmd, then click OK
At the command prompt, type the following commands, pressing enter after each command.
When you type these commands, replace cd-rom with the letter for your CD-ROM drive, drive_letter with the drive letter for your system partition, and system_root with the name of your Windows 2000 or Windows Server 2003 folder (this is typically either Winnt or Windows).
After you type these commands, restart your computer:
expand cd-rom:\i386\config.nt_ drive_letter:\system_root\system32\config.nt
expand cd-rom:\i386\autoexec.nt_ drive_letter:\system_root\system32\autoexec.nt
expand cd-rom:\i386\command.co_ drive_letter:\system_root\system32\command.com
The rest of the solution I have left out of this post, but it basically says to save each, then copy and paste to the system 32 floder.
The part I have a question about is replacing cd-rom with the letter for the CD-ROM drive (which on my computer is D drive). Then it says to replace drive_letter with the drive letter for your system partition. The last part is replacing system_root with the name of your Windows 2000 or Windows Server 2003 folder.
The main question I have is what exactly does it mean by the drive letter for your system partition? I am REALLY illiterate where computers are concerned, so this may sound like a pretty elementary question. But I do need help...badly.
Also, on the last replacement, do I just type Windows (because that is the folder where my System 32 folder is located)?