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nickyboy1

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When I from start, run, type cms and enter. I type at the prompt ipconfig, and receive the message, ipconfig is not recognised as an internel or external command. In fact I can type any legit command at the prompt and get the same message.
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right click MY COMPUTER, choose PROPERTIES, choose ADVANCED, choose ENVIRONMENT SETTINGS

Scroll down to PATH, click edit and copy the contents here
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:tazz: Hi gerryf, I typed in the path,after removing ipconfig, :) C:\windows\system32\ and I can now run ipconfig OK : :)
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