• Free IT Book: Why New Systems Fail

    This week's free IT book is Phil Simon's Why New Systems Fail: An Insider's Guide to Successful IT Projects. Simon provides the necessary framework to "minimize the chance of system failure before, during, and after beginning IT projects." Win this book for some real-world and specific tips, tools...

    MelanieYarbrough6,345 pointsBadges:
  • Remote copy from DOS to Linux

    Is it possible to copy folder from Linux to Dos env via dos command. I want to copy folders from Linux os over network when I fire the command from DOS env. Please any one give step by step guide. Don't tell me to copy from Linux cause it is not possible. I have only Dos Env and connected thru lan...

    Subhendu Sen29,350 pointsBadges:
  • I am writing a batch file that will be run from a DVD to copy some necessary files to a location specified by the user.

    I am writing a batch file that will be run from a DVD to copy some necessary files to a location specified by the user. I have used switches to get Yes or No input in the past. How do I get a drive location from the user and then verify that on the current system so I can return an error echo?...

    Techy1984225 pointsBadges:
  • DOS Script Help

    I have the below DOS batch that checks the length of every file in the temp folder and display the file name(s) of any file with zero bytes. In addition, if there are no files in the directory the message “No Files in folder” will be displayed.

    jutpro480 pointsBadges:
  • Operating DOS through excel(VB or macro).

    Cheers. I m new to IT.I wish 2 operate DOS through excel. For example , in DOS we write some command and then press enter, then dos displays the information concerned with that command. Is this possible to do this, i.e writing command in DOS and pressing enter jst by writing a programme in...

    Begginer65 pointsBadges:
  • Boot failure in Windows 98 operating system

    WINDOWS 98 - WILL NOT BOOT. I CAN GET TO C: PROMPT BUT EVEN THAT DOES NOT DO WHAT IT'S SUPPOSED AS FAR AS DOS COMMANDS IS CONCERNED IE CD, LIST, ETC. ... HOW CAN I GET THE SYSTEM TO BOOT

    JSKNOW9995 pointsBadges:
  • Dos Printing Problem

    Im using a Dos Program in Windows Xp.Im trying to printout staffs from the Dos Program using LPT1 but it doesnt print..Any help regarding this please?

    Stoe0910 pointsBadges:
  • Scripting the editing of a log/text file

    I am looking to remove complete lines of text from a log file. Would prefer to do this in a batch file if possible and also to use wildcards in the searching for the line to remove. i.e. find the text within a file matching "the content of this file stating * to be removed" (where the asterisk is...

    MicJ155 pointsBadges:
  • how can possible dos mod printing from visual basic 6.0

    dos mode printing

    Shrirama25 pointsBadges:
  • C programming and DOS

    can we open a sound file using dos through c programming in turbo c comopiker or even in any other compiler please answer me u can also mail me answer to: kvnpatel@gmail.com,

    Kvnpatel15 pointsBadges:
  • foxprox 2.6 for DOS

    when programs (small or large) runs in foxprox 2.6 for DOS the CPU usage showing 100%. how can i solve this problem. pls answer me

    Anjalimanoj25 pointsBadges:
  • Can you set memory options (HMA/XMS/EMS/etc.) for Windows XP MS-DOS startup disks?

    Specifically, I'd like to free up HMA like one would do by removing the "HIGH" from "DOS=HIGH,UMB" in MS-DOS 6 config.sys files, but I'd also like to manage other types of memory if possible. Can this be done? I have a program that has to be run using a DOS boot disk, and running it within Windows...

    Ulinebig5 pointsBadges:
  • Connecting from DOS machine to XP

    I would like to connect to an XP machine from a DOS NETBEUI environment for imaging but I can't see the XP machine containing the images from my DOS workstation. I can see Windows servers but not the XP shares. Any thoughts why I can't connect?

    Kickstart5 pointsBadges:
  • Looking for a virtual Machine program that will run Windows 3.11

    I have an ancient piece of software that will only run on DOS/Windows 3.X It is used to program the Allen-Bradley PLCs, and read the outputs of a machine used to pressure test pipe fittings (Machine is from the early 90's). I believe the problem with more current OS's is the fact the program needs...

    Flame14,925 pointsBadges:
  • Receiving a DOS output with a Visual Basic script in SQL

    I would like to solve this following complex script in SQL by using Visual Basic, either version 5.0 or 6.0. My first table name is tblClient, with fields ClientID and ClientName. My second table name is tblPurchase, with fields ClientID, Item Name, Qty and Price. I would like to pass one SQL query...

    SQL Server Ask the Experts2,585 pointsBadges:
  • Portege 110: loading an O/S

    I have a Toshiba Portege 110 with no O/S installed. I'd like to set it up with a low/no cost O/S. The issue is that I do NOT have a dock for this puppy, so there is no CD-ROM drive available. There is a PCMCIA floppy drive. I've got a 3Com PCMCIA 10.100 network card, but cannot figure out how to...

    Pressler29042,190 pointsBadges:
  • foxpro for dos

    sir, i develope software in dos based foxpro 2.5. i am using foxprox.exe (extend version). but only in WINXP my software is not working proparly, what can i do i face "Not a Database File" error many times. Please Help me

    Mineshms10 pointsBadges:
  • ipconfig

    why do we use ipconfig/dnsflush

    Imranshaik0 pointsBadges:

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