|OK, but when i find that file i will upload it to an site for them who NOT HAVE that file to download it! |
|You won't upload it, because I will delete it. And learn to use the edit button.|
Edit, and I bet you anything that you DO have it, and you just have no clue what you are talking about in this thread.
|No!, my recovery CD´s gone, i dont know where..but its GONE...|
And i will not upload it to this site if i find it!, i would upload it to an freewebs site and then give the URL to all neders of it....
|written by Pomelos on Dec 04, 2004 11:08|
|So, if I'm not mistaken and if I understood what you meant, you wanted that file (whatever.nt) to be uploaded there, so that people can see by themselves if it does anything. Am I right? I fear that I'm not...|
As for you recovery CD, I can understand that it's gone. I've always had problems with my own cds. My dog used to eat a lot of them. Some others were lost in various fires, buggleries or tidal floods. Now that I remember, many of my own homework ended up the same way, back in my school days. And my grandmother died four times, too.
|youré right...at most at all, it not so much people where im live that have that file...|
all of them neeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeed it...because they WANT to play Noctis IV, its why i want that file too!
I never had played Noctis IV but i think it is a VERY good game!
OK, im did going to www.gamehippo.com like that im doing all days, i did see that it come a new game called NOCYIS IV i did take a look at the screens and sed: "Crap!" and then i did starting redaing the review of the game...
and when i did see the text: "In this game it´s apears 70 billion stars, and you can get to all of them" HOLY BANANA!!, i downloaded it, it did appear an error that i dont have the file "Autoexec.nt", i did go the homepage looked at the forums readed what the problem was, i did NOT find my recovery CD...and npw we´re here!
|If you don't have the file, you probably won't be able to run your OS at all... |
|written by Ginrai on Dec 04, 2004 12:08|
|Autoexec.nt is essentially a batch file to initialize the MS-DOS environment, so I don't think lacking the file would cause Windows itself too many problems (although 16-bit or DOS-based programs such as Noctis may suffer as a consequence).|
Anyway, since my autoexec.nt file contains instructions specific to my machine's setup, sharing this file with someone else is likely to give them any benefit.
|sfx#32 swarm of dead insects|
|written by Lkraider on Dec 04, 2004 16:36|
|Oh, for heavens sake...|
Here, make an autoexec.nt file with these lines, if you need it:
|And for config.nt:|
|This is a very generic setup, and in no way optimized, etc. Only use this if you don't already have those files.|
You can also try using the Nocits bootdisk if you can't run it under windows.
|Yes! Yes! NoctisOnAFloppy!|
|Ginrai, I don't think he understands that he can't get a copy of it from anyone else because of that. And just so we know, I won't allow linking to such a file either, just to avoid any problems that might come up.|
|SORRY!, for my stupid posts on this thread...i did found the file on my OLD computer (windows 98 and 16 colors) and sebded to my NEW computer and it WORKED!!|
thanks to all here that have tried to help me!!!
|Sorry there seems to have been a bit of discord. I only meant this as a "hopefully helpful hint", for one problem I have heard mentioned about WinXP. Myself, I don't have a recovery disc. I use my installation disc. And it worked. |
(Oh, and LK, I also found out about that method you mentioned, but I went for Keep It Simple [because Skinny is] Stupid.)
|a much simpler approach would be just to copy the autoexec.nt from your c:/windows/repair folder into the c:/windows/system32 folder. at least thats what i do on my machine. :shrugs and goes back to my corner of HL2 mod-making self-induced insanity:|
|written by Sunfire on Dec 22, 2004 20:32|
|"a much simpler approach would be just to copy the autoexec.nt from... "|
I was just going to write that.
|I did that and got a message that said no destination for E:\i386\autoexec.nt_c:\system23\autoexec.nt|