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NA2002 Rescue Disk - command.com corrupt ???

NA2002 Rescue Disk - command.com corrupt ???

NA2002 Rescue Disk - command.com corrupt ???

I'm running WinMe PIII.
I don't know what to do about this error: File missing or corrupt command.com  ??? So rescue disks don't work I guess.
Please help (in very simple terms pls)

thank you,

RE: NA2002 Rescue Disk - command.com corrupt ???


<b>>Please help (in very simple terms pls)</b>
I read it, don't understand it.

thinking I have no idea how to get win98 boot disks, since running WinMe for almost a year now.
Isn't there an easier way like a new copy of command.com file? Or someone with a copy of bootdisk for this NA 2002 on WinMe?

RE: NA2002 Rescue Disk - command.com corrupt ???

Understood, does the Windows Millenium machine actually startup after this error message?

RE: NA2002 Rescue Disk - command.com corrupt ???

Copy the Command.com file from the hard drive to the first disk of the Rescue set

RE: NA2002 Rescue Disk - command.com corrupt ???

I remade the disks from clean reformatted floppies using NA2002 Rescue Option to create boot disks.

no, it sits at A>
can't change to c: or do anything It says wrong MSDos version ??? and the error message 'missing or corrupt file C:windows/command.com'
I haveta use the reset button.

k, I'll try to copy the command.com to disk.
Thinking of redownloading the NA2002 demo too.
we'll see what happens, thx for your time appreciate it.

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