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By Shawnyboy ·
Hello. Good day. My qn is regarding the error C:\windows\system32\autoexec.NT. The System file is not suitable for running MS-DOS and MS-Windows applications. Choose "Close" to terminate the application.

It has been raised before. However,the problem for me is about some games, like The Sims. When I try to install it in my laptop, which uses NTFS file system, this error message appears. I also could not locate the file C:\windows\system32\autoexec.NT.
When I run sfc.exe/ scannow the computer just runs the verification, but nothing happens after that. Does any one have a suggestion?
Thank you very much.

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by CravenMorehead In reply to C:\windows\system32\autoe ...

I have seen the first answer, but this might be a little easier for you...It is a quick download that will reinsatll the autoexec.nt file for you in the system32 folder...Good Luck

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by CravenMorehead In reply to C:\windows\system32\autoe ...

I have seen the first answer, but this might be a little easier for you...It is a quick download that will reinsatll the autoexec.nt file for you in the system32 folder...Good Luck

http://www.softpedia.com/get/Tweak/System-Tweak/16-bit-MS-DOS-Subsystem-Error-Quick-Fix.shtml

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