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how do i remove the r e m in  my autoexec.bat,
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Click on start and then run and type sysedit and remove the rem and then when you close out the file it will ask you to save the autoexec.bat. At first all config files will load one on top of the other, close out all except the autoexec.bat file and then you can remove the rem.

If you need more then let me know, why do you want to remove it?
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you asked why? the r e m is stoping my audio from working,other cd's work just fine
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still no music from c d rom 6 x  up date??? or???
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