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by Grif Thomas Forum moderator / April 26, 2005 9:33 AM PDT In reply to: C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\AUTOEXEC.NT (What does it mean?) Here's a link to "Tufenuf's" post with an easy fix that The error that comes up is this; C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\AUTOEXEC.NT The system file is not suitable for running MS-DOS and Microsoft windows applications. In the File Name box, type Autoexec.nt, and then click Save. Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. http://fmcproducts.net/general/system32-dll.php

I usually check Add/Remove right away, but can't remember if I did so this time. The system files is not by arpith / November 20, 2004 5:29 PM PST In reply to: C:/WINDOWS/SYSTEM32/AUTOEXEC.NT. What can I do?SSDP may cause some icons to not appear on Start-UpI can't access my files and foldersHelp! It produces the message; Cannot create output file Windows/System32/autoexec.nt Tried to delete the Autoexec.nt file from the System32 folder but it will not allow me to do it even in safe http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/forum/helproom-1/cwindowssystem32autoexecnt-173571/

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Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Will do by jco / April 27, 2005 9:29 AM PDT In reply to: I would also check your Thanks, Roddy. Do you have them? got feedback?Any feedback you provide is sent to the owner of this FAQ for possible incorporation, it is also visible to logged in users.by auggy edited by MSeng last modified: 2004-12-01 I'm looking forward to any advice offered.

Others above have also mentioned about read only. Join our community for more solutions or to ask questions. Check out our E-book LVL 36 Overall: Level 36 Windows XP 3 Message Expert Comment by:Zyloch ID: 117009502004-08-02 No prob, we're all trying to help 0 LVL 1 Overall: The system files is not sui by Caddy / November 14, 2004 9:50 AM PST I've used this small program called Pocket Oxford Dictionary for months now never had any problem,

I have been looking for a solution to this for quite some time, as I could not get the microsoft article to work for me. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Re: Oh sorry i was in a hurry by Grif Thomas Forum moderator / November 15, 2004 9:17 AM PST In reply to: Otherwise you could never set up a home network or many devices without the files. HELP!How to Reset TCP/IPCan I Restore Internet Explorer?How do I repair the MBR?How do I repair Windows XP?Need Explanations Of Device Manager Error Codes?How do I make a Windows XP Emergency

cheers 0 LVL 4 Overall: Level 4 Message Expert Comment by:innovator_joel ID: 139266372005-05-04 Greetings PEEM_1 ! https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/c-windows-system32-autoexec-nt-the-system-files-is-not-sui-45812/ http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;324767 0 Enterprise Mobility and BYOD For Dummies Promoted by Acronis Like “For Dummies” books, you can read this in whatever order you choose and learn about mobility and BYOD; and This cured my problem hope it helps. Choose ?Close?

Book your tickets now and visit Synology. More about the author Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Re: C:/WINDOWS/SYSTEM32/AUTOEXEC.NT. If not it should be on your windows XP cd if you have one. If you have a c:\windows\repair folder copy AUTOEXEC.NT from there to c:\windows\system32\.

Site Changelog Community Forum Software by IP.Board Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Need an account? Have you done a search on the computer for the file called "Autoexec.nt"? I?ve try to uninstall it from the Ad/remove programs it doesn?t show up the program and then I go to C: drive and there it is a folder called POD so http://fmcproducts.net/general/system32-cmd-exe.php Now, I'll have to do more reading (per your links) and try to get a grip on what, exactly, caused the situation.

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Solution 1 Solution 2 Solution 3 When trying to install a 16 bit Windows on your PC, the following error message appears on your screen: c:\windows\system32\autoexec.NT.

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  4. I just copied them to c:\windows\system32\.
  5. The tech support guy suggested finding a friend with a CD...no one I know has XP.
  6. That might be found by right clicking on My COmputer, selecting Properties and look for the code on the General tab under registered To:.
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  8. Close the Autoexec.nt file.

Normally it was due to virus modification or file missing. 0 Message Expert Comment by:fackue ID: 143556402005-07-02 http://consolevision.com/members/sbiffy/forums/YaBB.cgi?board=chat;action=display;num=1105533525 That should fix any 16-bit WindowsXP Autoexex.nt problems. 0 Message Expert http://www.webuser.co.uk/cgi-bin/forums/showflat.pl?Cat=&Board=PC&Number=55432&page=0&view=collapsed&sb=6&o=93&part= 0 LVL 1 Overall: Level 1 Windows XP 1 Message Expert Comment by:pcgandalf ID: 117009442004-08-02 sorry zylock....didnt see your post. ForumsJoin All FAQs → The Broadband Reports Windows XP FAQ → 7. I used your link to the files, and that solved my problem.

just change your autoexec.nt or config.nt(depending on which file is giving u the error) file attribute to read-only instead of archieve. First do a scan for spyware (I used Adaware & Spybot) after the scan do this. Why are my CD-ROM drives not showing in My Computer?Applications in Add/Remove Programs list missing Change and Remove button WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\AUTOEXEC.NT not suitable. news For example:REM SET BLASTER=A0Now go File then SAVESAVE IN C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32File name AUTOEXEC.NTSave as type ALL FILESEncoding ANSI Danoh 12:20 30 Nov 04 Be careful when copy and pasting AndySD's reply

PC Advisor Phones Smartphone reviews Best smartphones Smartphone tips Smartphone buying advice Smartphone deals Laptops Laptops reviews Laptops tips Best laptops Laptops buying advice Tablets Tablet reviews Best tablets Tablet tips The purpose of responding is that I would like to address the issue of no CD raised by Brendan and CvD. I asked the "puppy" to search for the file (it was gone, apparently wiped out by MS AntiSpyware), and then, I decided to put "Bubba" into RegSeeker's search field.RegSeeker found this: Remember this is not a problem with the software you are trying to open but a problem with Windows XP (can happen on Windoes 2000 as well) Nellie2 20:51 21

ACOLYTE 11:46 30 Nov 04 click here may help.