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teofilperk

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just came across your site whilst trying in vain to "fix" a problem with my pc. the problem is that when i try to play certain software for my kids i get the following message....C:\windows\system32\autoexec.nt. the system file is not suitable for running ms-dos and microsoft windows applications. choose "close" to terminate.
i tried to use system restore but ended up with a blue screen with an erreo message containing :\systemroot\system32\config\security.

please help. im fairly new to pc's and havent got a clue what any of this means.
thanks for reading my post and hope to chat soon.
regards
shaun :tazz:
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:tazz: maybe i'm asking the wrong question or am in the wrong forum for this question. can anyone help or am i looking for the holy grail?? ;)
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Download and run the attached file xp_fix.exe
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perhaps I should explain, when you have the 'zip' file (it will be a Windows XP zip-folder) --- right click the zip folder and choose 'Extract All'. Just click NEXT -- NEXT -- FINISH. A new Window will open. Run XP_FIX.EXE from there.
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If that fix-file didin't help, read this web-page:


http://support.micro...7&Product=winxp
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