Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Dec 22, 2004 Downloading this program fixed the problem in XP for me. Article 1 Article 2 If you are getting an error message similar to numbers 1-3, please click here. but when I restart the computer... cd\windows\repair copy autoexec.nt c:\windows\system32 copy config.nt c:\windows\system32 In the above example, we use the "windows" directory. his comment is here
Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Dec 14, 2004 Followed the Instructions from above to the letter and it would not work for me with Click Start > Run, type cmd, and press Enter to open the MS-DOS window. this file is critical to point a 16 bit application to the dosx file. If this is the case, substitute "D:" with the letter of your CD drive. http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch000715.htm
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Thank You Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Nov 26, 2004 OH, and by the way, I tried the method above to get this point, Skip to Navigation Skip to Content Windows IT Pro Search: Connect With Us TwitterFacebookGoogle+LinkedInRSS IT/Dev Connections Forums Store Register Log In Display name or email address: * Password: * Remember At the MS-DOS prompt, type the below lines. Config.nt Download Choose 'Close' to terminate the application.
Choose 'Close' to terminate the application.16-bit MS-DOS Subsystempath to the program that you are trying to start or installC:\Windows\System32\Autoexec.nt The system file is not suitable for running MS-DOS and Microsoft Windows Config.nt File Download In this Master Class, we will start from the ground up, walking you through the basics of PowerShell, how to create basic scripts and building towards creating custom modules to achieve Expand the files from the Windows XP or 2000 CD The steps below will restore the autoexec.nt, config.nt, and command.com files from the Windows XP CD. http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch000715.htm Are you a data center professional?
Also, in the above example, we use the "windows" directory. Config.nt The System File Is Not Suitable For Running Windows 7 Sometimes windows updates or other software updates delete your autoexec.nt file from the system32 folder. Additional information See our application definition for further information and related links on this term. Choose 'Close' to terminate the application. 3) 16-bit MS-DOS Subsystem path to the program that you are trying to start or install C:\Windows\System32\Autoexec.nt The system file is not suitable for running
Below is an example of the full error message you will see when encountering this issue. Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Nov 26, 2004 Thank you. 16 Bit Ms-dos Subsystem Error Windows 7 Español Deutsch Français Português Italiano Nederlands Greek Japanese Korean Chinese Supercharge your PPT Productivity with PPTools content authoring & site maintenance by Config.nt Windows 7 Account Number: Invoice Number: Cancel Modal title News Flash Messages0 Log In Home My Corner My Profile My Cases My Account Loading...
The sytem file is not suitable for running MS-DOS and Microsoft Windows applications. http://fhsla.net/windows-7/windows-7-installation-error-0x80070570.html Is there any hope to fix it without the cd-rom? Click Here to download it now. All Rights Reserved. Config.nt Windows Xp
Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Nov 28, 2004 Thank You Thank You Thank You Thank You Thank You Thank You Thank You Log In Cancel Submit Need more help? You should take steps to make sure that your system is clean of any viruses We have located some articles on the internet where users found the virus causing this issue. weblink Hope that helps.
Visit our online support to submit a case. ← Return to Search Results Email Solution Email address Comment Cancel Send My Corner My Profile My Account My Favorite Products My Cases Restore the autoexec.nt and config.nt files from the repair folder For users who do not have their Windows XP or 2000 CD or want to try restoring their backup files from Choose 'Close' to terminate the application.
Once the above files have been successfully copied, type exit to close the MS-DOS window. Print reprints Favorite EMAIL Tweet Discuss this Article 69 Anonymous User (not verified) on Nov 3, 2004 someone experienced the similiar problem after applying MS hotfix KB840987 on win2k server. i have at last found a easy soulotion to solve this nightmare any body want it please e mail me [email protected] Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Dec 16, 2004 I solvet this problem with this file (there was no autoexec.nt file in my computer) http://www.atsoft.fi/tiedostot/win/xp/autoexnt.exe
If completed successfully, you should see a message indicating the file was copied and not an error. Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Jul 9, 2005 I have the similar problem that requires DOSX.EXE in AUTOEXEC.NT (The Win16 Subsystem is unable to Click Start > Run, type cmd, and press Enter to open the MS-DOS window. http://fhsla.net/windows-7/userinit-exe-application-error-windows-7.html Some computers with other drive letters may have the CD-ROM drive as a different letter.
Thanks again. If I try to manually start a DOS console (Run -> CMD) and then try to start DOSX.EXE manually, DOSX.EXE start (proving that the path works) and displays: File not found Once I got onto my errous ways and typed the correct CD Rom Cdrive Letter....All the above worked 100% and on re-boot the 16-Bit Cd Rom prgm Installed like Clockworks.
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