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Butch L

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I`m new to computers and installed a novalogic F-16 game for my son. It has worked right for months but he had a problem with it and un-installed it and tried to re-install it but now we get a message as follows,

C:WINDOWS\system32\autoexec.nt
the system file is not suitable for running MS-DOS and Microsoft Windows Applications.

What can we do and why wont it accept it this time?
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i came across this problem before but cant remember how i fixed anyway though searching the geekstogo website i have found others with similar problems: try looking at this post it may provide a solution, if not hang tight for geekstogo staff to help u

Link:http://www.geekstogo...186&hl=the sims
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Hi

If you still have problems with that you should go to your windows directory in this case 'c:\windows'
and look for the folder 'repair' in that folder search for 'autoexec.nt' and when you find it simply just copy and paste it into 'c:\windows\system32'

Let me know if this works
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