As this news group is called `4dos' I presume the user has 4dos installed.Quote:>I was cleaning up a user's hard drive this morning when I apparently
>did something I shouldn't have. He's running 6.2. I deleted several
>old files that I thought he didn't need. I also ran a chkdsk /f, scan
>disk and defragged it. For some reason (and I hope someone can shed
>some light), his config.sys runs but the autoexec.bat does NOT. I've
>been over the autoexec.bat several times and I know it's fine. I
>didn't realize it was even possible to alter this without making BIOS
>changes. Any help is of course greatly appreciated. -mw
Drink till she's cute. Stop before you're married.
Has Anyone ever heard of an autoexec.bat file NOT running after the config.sys
I using a menu system between my config.sys and autoexec.bat...for the
first menuitem...the autoexec.bat will not run. If I choose the second
menuitem...the autoexec.bat WILL run. Weird huh?
Yes, I did make sure the menuitems were all spelled exactly the same.
Yes, the files are in their correct positions.
Any clues/tips/help/sympathy would be appreciated.