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dazguns

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#1 14 years ago

"C:/windows/system32/autoexec.nt" the system file is not suitable for running MS-DOS and Microsoft Windows applications. Choose 'close to terminate the applicaiton. this is the error message i keep getting when i try to install the sims i succesfully installed it before then I unistalled it a few weeks ago due to lag problems in game. when i try to reinstall i get this message what can i do to fix this




Swissalo

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#2 14 years ago

Might want to try the Sims Eraser, see if it's a hidden registry problem, at least it'll clear those connections up.

I get that problem a lot, it's a standard Windows Fuck up.

But I can't give you a straight answer as to what will fix it, so you might try going to the Microsoft homepage and looked up any solution. There are some sites that give the information you might need to fix the computer, but unless you're truly gifted at computers, the chances of messing the computer up while trying to fix the error is very probable.




``Jordan

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#3 14 years ago

just get someone elses autoexec.nt and copy it to your comp - i had the same issue till i copied my brother's autoexec.nt to my windows folder and now everything works fine - i think you have to put it in windows/system32 but i cant remember now, just check where its in on the other guys comp ^_^ and issue solved




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#4 14 years ago
ernie11"C:/windows/system32/autoexec.nt" the system file is not suitable for running MS-DOS and Microsoft Windows applications. Choose 'close to terminate the applicaiton. this is the error message i keep getting when i try to install the sims i succesfully installed it before then I unistalled it a few weeks ago due to lag problems in game. when i try to reinstall i get this message what can i do to fix this

Hey mate i have had the same problem :bawl: and i am really mad




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#5 14 years ago

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#6 14 years ago

i have had the error "C:/windows/system32/autoexec.nt" the system file is not suitable for running MS-DOS and Microsoft Windows applications and it is really making me mad can you help PLZ :mad:




Donavan

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#7 14 years ago

Try copying the autoexec.nt from C:\WINDOWS\repair & drop it into your C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\ folder this could fix it but im not 100%, wont do any harm though. If it does fix it then I would say its spyware thats changed it, get a spyware remover :)

Hope this helps




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#8 13 years ago

I am getting that very same problem :uhoh: and it's ticking me off. :mad: I'm hoping Donavan's idea will clear it up. ----- [color=blue]When life gives you lemons, throw them back and demand the tangerines you ordered.[/color]




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#9 13 years ago

It will help, I tried it out myself. Hope you'll have your problems fixed soon :)




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#10 13 years ago

I tried it, but the repair file is already in the System32 file. I still can't get it to install.:banghead: :notworking: :kerian: Oi....this is annoying. ----- [color=blue]Life is like an apple. First it's good but then it's rotten.[/color]




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