SET BLASTER=A I D P T

* On the FILE menu, click SAVE AS. * In the FILE NAME box, typeWindows Explorer. Locate the CONFIG.NT file, right-click the Config.ntCommand.com file from the Windows Server 2003 or the Windows 2000expand cd-rom:i386command.co_ drive_letter:system_rootsystem32command.com 
exit exit* Verify the existence of the folder to which the TEMP and TMP userClick START, click RUN, type sysdm.cpl in the OPEN box, and then clickUSERNAME section, locate the TEMP and TMP variables. They are listedWindows Explorer. To do this, click START, click RUN, type explorer inspecified for the TEMP and TMP variables. Make sure that this folderexists.Note To locate the folder, you may have to turn on the featurethat shows hidden files and folders. To do this, follow these steps:* On the TOOLS menu, click FOLDER OPTIONS, and then click the VIEWsource: support.microsoft.com

    SET BLASTER=A I D P T



* On the FILE menu, click SAVE AS. * In the FILE NAME box, typeWindows Explorer. Locate the CONFIG.NT file, right-click the Config.ntCommand.com file from the Windows Server 2003 or the Windows 2000expand cd-rom:i386command.co_ drive_letter:system_rootsystem32command.com 
exit exit* Verify the existence of the folder to which the TEMP and TMP userClick START, click RUN, type sysdm.cpl in the OPEN box, and then clickUSERNAME section, locate the TEMP and TMP variables. They are listedWindows Explorer. To do this, click START, click RUN, type explorer inspecified for the TEMP and TMP variables. Make sure that this folderexists.Note To locate the folder, you may have to turn on the featurethat shows hidden files and folders. To do this, follow these steps:* On the TOOLS menu, click FOLDER OPTIONS, and then click the VIEWsource: support.microsoft.com





Comments



Leave a Comment