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It is perhaps a stupid question but I had to reinstall my win2k pro and now the cool "auto-update of directories and files with the TAB-key" in the Dos-Box isn't working at all. I don't know where and how I can activate it again......
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Lee W, MVP earned 40 total points
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Auto-update?  You mean Auto completion? Where if you were in a DOS box, you type "cd\pro<tab>" and it files in "cd\program files"?

IF that's what you're talking about, see this:

http://www.jsiinc.com/TIP0000/rh0031.htm
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Yes exactly that! Thanks a lot
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