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MS-DOS prompt acces in win95

Posted on 1998-03-28
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HOw can i disable the MS-DOS prompt access in Windows 95???
I need Delphi codes please

               
e-mail: scortega@javercol.javeriana.edu.co
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To diable Ms-Dos prompt access in windows 95.  You don't need programming.
Just delete or hide  all COMMAND.COM , COMMAND.DOS  files in  your computer and  copy  doskey.com  to  command.com in  Windows95\Command\  directory.

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