The Windows command prompt is like using Dos. That means you have to
type shell comands into the command prompt to get around. I gave
directions in my original message what to do.
To change directory you use the cd command. For example,
will open the test directory.
To close the command prompt window you have to type
and the window will close. There is definitely no need to reboot your computer.
On 10/16/10, Mich <m...@ntl.sympatico.ca> wrote:
> Hi Tom. I tried to do what you had set out in your message to all of us but
> I have been finding that I am getting stuck. what I did was I went in to my
> computer in to the local disk c then created a new folder cald test then I
> tried coppeying all the files from the usa games folder from my program
> files in to that folder. then I went in to run and typed in cmd and that is
> where I am getting stuck since I can't seem to figger out what to do next. I
> tried looking around using the tab key for the folder and couldn't find it.
> I also tried just putting in the.exe file in the folder I cald test and when
> I went back in to run and typed cmd and still I couldn't find it. note I
> had to reboot each time since I couldn't figger out how to get out of the
> cmd when I put it in to run. I have notest that I get the blue screen when I
> try to exit the game and my pc re starts. I am running windows xp sp 3 if
> that helps. If you could possibly tell me where I went wrong with trying to
> find the error messages that would be grate. many thanks. from Mich.
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