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I have read the previously asked and answered question. However SFC does not automatically place the missing file for me. It asks me where to put it. I don't have a clue and I need a little help. What is the exact location of the file in my system?
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If you are using Windows 98, you can restore the file using the System File Checker.
1. Click Start and then click Run.
2. Type sfc and then press Enter.
3. Click "Extract one file from installation disk."
4. In the "Specify the system file you would like to restore" box, type the following, and then click Start:

c:\windows\command\sulfnbk.exe

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Its in C:\WINDOWS\COMMAND
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