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backwards compatibility. IfQuote:>-----Original Message-----
>Win Me does not contain sysedit. Nor does Win Me use
>config.sys both of which are retained solely for
done either by usingQuote:>you wish to edit either win.ini or system.ini this can be
problem seems to be a Vcache problem among other things. IQuote:>MSConfig or a simple test editor such as Notepad.
>-- Ok, thanks very much for your time and information. My
>> I am troubleshooting a pc.....HP4533-amd k6-2 450MHz -
>> with winme...I am getting alot of errors and now try to
>> run sysedit and windows cannot find. Also tried
>> notepad/autoexec.bat with same results...any help????
If the problem appears to be that even after running the scanreg /fix, on
boot you are getting registry error messages, then it's possible that you
have bad RAM. - download DocMemory from www.simmtester.com, and create the
boot disks - use them to test out the memory overnight.
Noel Paton (MS-MVP 2002-2003, Win9x)
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Quote:> >-- Ok, thanks very much for your time and information. My
> problem seems to be a Vcache problem among other things. I
> have advised her to do a fresh install because the
> registry seems to be corrupt also. Thanks for the help!!
I run Windows ME and can not find sysedit
I am selecting 'run' from the start menu and typing sysedit.
All I am getting is a message saying 'Windows can not find sysedit'.
Any advice would be much appreciated
PS: I need to find it as I am trying to stop certain programs starting up
when the system boots up.