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_Allan_

posted on 11th Nov 04 at 11:42

erm well done Google, glad u got it sorted :)


Cybermonkey

posted on 11th Nov 04 at 11:11

well done allan :)


Dave1682

posted on 11th Nov 04 at 11:09

Cheers Allan, i just had to copy the AUTOEXEC.NT file from the Windows\Repair folder to the System32 one. All sorted. :thumbs:


_Allan_

posted on 11th Nov 04 at 10:33

Follow this:

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;324767


Dave1682

posted on 11th Nov 04 at 10:30

When I try to install the game, at the top of the error message that pops up, as mentioned above, it says '16 bit Windows Sub system'

Can anyone help me here? cheers!


Dave1682

posted on 11th Nov 04 at 10:10

Not sure. Should it be? I've had no problems before with installing stuff.

The setup file says 16-bit Setup Launcher? Is this normal?


Cybermonkey

posted on 11th Nov 04 at 10:02

odd. Windows XP 32bit?


Dave1682

posted on 11th Nov 04 at 06:18

its delta force black hawk down on Windows XP.


Cybermonkey

posted on 11th Nov 04 at 06:16

if the autoexec.bat file didnt exist, windows wouldnt load full stop. What game and OS?


Dave1682

posted on 11th Nov 04 at 06:14

I'm trying to install a game on my PC, but everytime I click the Install Game button on the autorun thingy, a message box pops-up saying:

C:\Windows\System32\AUTOEXEC.NT. The system file is not suitable for running MS-DOS and Microsoft Windows applications. Choose 'close' to terminate the application.

The only options i have from this point on are to close or ignore, which just does what close does:lol:

I've checked in the System32 folder and can't actually find the AUTOEXEC file, is this why the problem exists?

Anyone know how to solve this?

Thanks