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Old 08-02-2007, 11:23 AM
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Originally Posted by mlee0332 View Post
I found choice. something, but I haven't come across the other. Can you load cmd.exe in dos?
Hello, I'm not sure if cmd.exe is compatible with 7.1. Under XP with cmd open, you can type in either START CMD which will open another instance of cmd.exe or you can type START COMMAND which will open up an instance of

Some people are saying they are the same thing while others are saying that it is a different format, and others say despite the .com extension it is actually and exe file.
Although I'd agree with it being a slightly different format which could cause problems running under 7.1.

I don't have 7.1 running on any PC at the moment so I can experiment myself, so I would suggest trying it, you might need to put cmd.exe into the appropriate directory for 7.1 and then see if you can load it?

I'll have another look around and see if we can find 'MOVE'.



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