Error Message With Dosx.exe And Autoexec.nt
Thanks! This may cause the application to function incorrectly. Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Dec 14, 2004 Had a bit of a problem to get this to work at first as I am Get the answer AnonymousApr 15, 2005, 3:27 AM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.help_and_support (More info?)I am getting basically the same message:16-bit MS-DOS Subsystempath to the program that you are trying to start http://howto301redirect.com/error-message/error-message-0x80070005-critical-error-windows-will-close-in-one-minute.html
The system file is not suitable for running MS-DOS and Microsoft Windows applications. They never were missing, but I restored them anyway. Choose 'Close' to terminate the> application.>> I am not that computer literate and the link was very confusing. Nov 25, 2001 John Savill | Windows IT Pro EMAIL Tweet Comments 69 Advertisement A. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/305521
Steve Delta Force 0 01-08-2004 09:24 PM All times are GMT -5. The contents of the file doesn't matter, but if it's missing, you'll have problems. In Start Menu select run, then type cmd and in the window opened try the installation set up.Report what happens as other ways may be accessed. I've read this error could be caused by a virus/trojan and I did find a trojan recently.
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- However, if I then type dosx at the prompt, I get no error.
- Please click to close or ignore.
- The error message may indicate the problem on three files: config.nt,autoexec.nt,command.com.
- I've>>> exhaustively searched all KB articles at Microsoft as well.
- Because of this, you may have to expand the file from your CD-ROM.
- It is amazing how many different problems those things can cause.After that, try disabling any background programs you have running that are not needed during the install.
- Autoexec.nt ?
- Make sure that this folder exists.
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You should also update the drivers. This file, which is part of the Windows 16-bit subsystem as it ships with Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003, normally resides in the "System32" subdirectory of the Windows That did it... I greatly appreciate the time you took to figure it out for me.
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Three cheers for your help!! Pr. 16:24 Cheiromancer Pleb posted 07-18-05 19:42 ET (US) 11 / 22 Yes! Choose 'Close' to terminate the application" is related to a file missing in Windows' System32 folder. If your CD drive letter is not D, substitute the correct drive letter. 4.
A text file will open with a bunch of lines with REM on the left. http://windowsitpro.com/systems-management/why-do-i-receive-error-when-i-attempt-run-16-bit-program-under-windows-nt The solution you provided was clear, easy to follow, and worked ! The sytem file is not suitable for running MS-DOS and Microsoft Windows applications. This was a huge relief from months of stressing over installs!
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However, if I then type dosx at the> > > prompt, I get no error. The 16-bit components described in this article will not work on Windows Vista or Windows 7.This condition does not apply to Amiga Forever 2005 and higher, which use a new installer, Note The Command.com file is not edited or created in the following process. Check This Out Here is a hint: if I run \Windows\System32\Command.com, it >> > > will>> not>> > > execute the three lh commands (mscdexnt.exe, redir.exe, dosx.exe) in>> > > autoexec.nt, showing three File
Several functions may not work. Eventually try copy the three files like surgested in the article linked to in the headerpost.If that doesn't help please open a new thread with your problem. Click Start, click Run, type sysdm.cpl in the Open box, and then click OK.
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We have a possible fix for this problem however. Right click on this file and select copy, and then close the search window. (If you see multiple autoexec.nt files located in the windows\repair folder copy them all at once by Win16 Subsystem DOSX.EXE in AUTOEXEC.NT Started by Elvenwarrior2001 , Oct 18 2004 02:34 PM Please log in to reply #1 Elvenwarrior2001 Posted 18 October 2004 - 02:34 PM Elvenwarrior2001 Member Member this contact form I'll let you know the results.
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