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i just finished voting for ur ezine on cumuli and went
reading my mail when i noticed that you had no tech help
section entry, claiming there were no unanswered
questions to enter. i sent you one a few weeks to a month
ago in where i asked if there was any way to get into
dosshell from win xp pro, but i don't recall seeing a reply.
i made it a habit to go there in win 98 se and clear out the
dead wood after i had gone into dos and deleted my
swap file and temp files. i had heard there was a way in
thru a startup disk but i never found out how. have you
ever heard of any way to get into dos from win xp?
I had answered that question a few times.
Just hit START, RUN,
You will have a DOS window.
All your old bats going back to DOS 3 will work just fine.
For making a snazzy DOS icon, have a look at the
Sept 14/03 humor letter, or search for it in the tech tips
Just put DOS into the search and it will find a few of them.
The one with the DOS icon is at
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