Starting Windows 3.1

to make it go straight to windows when turning on
I went to dos promptand typed
CD \
e autoexec.bat
I tried WIN & I also put in Windows path
& neither worked
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In autoexec put "c:\windows\win.exe", assuming you used windows as the install directory.

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If C:\Windows is in the Path statement then a simple WIN in the last line of the autoexec.bat should do it.

son3717Author Commented:
thanks alot my wife is finally happy
Remember that individual entries in the path statement must be seperated with a semi-colon ;

Example: set path=C:\;C:\Windows;c:\windows\system

The last entry gets no semicolon.

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