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What does win 2000 pro use to edit the startup files msconfig only draws and error message

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I am helping a friend speed up their computer a little which running Win 2000 pro. I up graded their ram, now I have never used win2000 pro and tried to check the startup files to see if there were any unnecessary extras loading but it dosn't recognise the command is this peculiar to win2000 as it works for me on 98 and XP. If so  how do you check the startup files.
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Hello gjryan =)

Win2000 has no msconfig, so u can get it from here >> http://www.perfectdrivers.com/howto/msconfig.html

!! GOOD LUCK !!
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Hello SheharyaarSahil,

Thank you so much for you prompt response, information and direction. Greg
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my pleasure ^_^
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