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Can i have all the commands to navigate windows using dos.
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"dir" list directories
"cd \" should get you to the root of the drive
"cd Windows" will go into the Windows folder assuming you have a windows folder in the directory you are in
"cd .." will go down one directory so if you are in C:/Windows/Temp then after the command you will be in C:/Windows
what else do you want to do?
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Start\Help\Troubleshooting and Additional Resources\Additional Resources\Commands

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You can also type "Help" into the command line and it will give you lots of commands that are available.
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Is this still and issue?

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