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have lost ms config


Newuser3477

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I am using win 7 on a well specified laptop from Toshiba. I was playing around in the start up area of msconfig and I lost screen altogether. Now I cannot find ms config anywhere, certainly not on the search programs or files above the start icon. Can anyone help me find it please ?

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john bunyan

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howard64

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try looking in windows/system or system 32 for msconfig.exe

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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C:\Windows\System32\msconfig.exe.

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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msconfig is not compatible with a 64bit op system

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Newuser3477

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Many thanks formal the helpful suggestions

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buteman

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It is msconfig without the gap.

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msconfig does work on W/7 64Bit computers and laptops.

Not sure how compatible it is but it does work.Not sure if you were meaning something else or not.

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onthelimit1

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FruitBat

'msconfig is not compatible with a 64bit op system '

Could you explain please, as I have msconfig on my 64bit W7 Pro PC?

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john bunyan

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I also use msconfig with a W7 64 bit system.

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