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ping ipconfig problem

By thaglad ·
"'ipconfig is not recognized as an internal or external command, opperable program or batch file"

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What OS?

by jmgarvin In reply to ping ipconfig problem

If it is Linux, make sure you have the proper path set.

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by pathak.abhishek In reply to ping ipconfig problem

If it is Linux, then you must 'ifconfig' and not 'ipconfig'. Also, you must have root priveleges to do so. Either log in as root, or use 'sudo' (Super User DO) command to run it with root user priveleges. In second case too, you must supply the password once! If it Windows, then you should try to get the 'ipconfig.com' file,which is just like a binary '.bin' file in Unix,Linux, and copy-paste it to your C:\windows\system32\ folder in case of windows XP, and to C:\windows\system\ folder in case of windows 98 SE. Try it, it should work.

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check this

by vsharma In reply to ping ipconfig problem

hi buddy

1st of all check that wheather IPCONFIG file is there in ur system or not. u can check this from \WINDOWS\system32\

if there is no such a file then it means ur ipconfig file is deleted by u accidently.
so u haave to copy this file from another machine.
check this and contact me if u hv any issue

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check this

by vsharma In reply to ping ipconfig problem

hi buddy

1st of all check that wheather IPCONFIG file is there in ur system or not. u can check this from \WINDOWS\system32\

if there is no such a file then it means ur ipconfig file is deleted by u accidently.
so u haave to copy this file from another machine.
check this and contact me if u hv any issue

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