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    Help !!! Ms-Dos program

    I can't open any ms-dos program at my PC, there is an error message saying that there is 'system restriction'...
    Any help would be appreciated.
    Thanks.

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    Heh heh, are you on a school or work computer?
    Every now and then, one of you won't annoy me.

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    My home PC...

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    That's weird some more info would be helpful, what OS are you using, and do you have admin rights to the machine?

    ~Oh yeah, and will a mod move this thread, please?? Next time post your question in a more appropriate forum, this one is for people to post tuts in.
    Every now and then, one of you won't annoy me.

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    I have Windows ME.
    I have full admin rights to my PC.
    Re-installing windows do not help.
    I recently deleted my kernel.dll file during virus infection, would that affect?
    How do I make ms-dos available again?

    Thanks foryour comments.

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    Can you shut down into MS-DOS mode? Deleting important system files is NOT a good idea. Are you sure reinstalling windows doesn't help? Do you have a good AV installed?

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    I can shut down into MS-DOS mode.
    Re-installing windows doesn't help.
    I just can't open MS-DOS programs in windows.
    ~~What's an AV?

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    Is this DOS program an older 16bit program? What is it exactly?
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    AV means Anti-Virus.... i'm supposing you have one because yu say you deleted kernell during an infection.
    That sounds like admin restrictions to me, so if you do have admin rights, make sure you are loged in with the admin account and check the permissions: CTRL Panel>Users and Passwords.

    A piece of advice: Win sucks, but Win ME sucks even more. Switch to 2k Pro.

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    Perhaps re installing does not help, but maybe if you re format your C: drive and then reinstall it would. An AV is an anti virus there are numerous threads, explaining more about what an anti virus is and does, on this site. I hope this helps you with your problem.

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