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ipconfig /all error

Posted on 2006-11-03
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when i type ipconfig /all i get the following error,
'ipconfig/all' is  not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file
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Question by:spirodem
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by:callrs
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ipconfig/all
vs
ipconfig /all
(space needed after the g)
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by:spirodem
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with the space i get the error
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by:callrs
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O wait, I thought that was it, but misspelt ipconfig. It works with or without space.
Check instead the path & report the result here.
Type:
path
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path=%systemRoot%\system32;%systemroot%;%systemroot%\sytsem32\wbem;c:\program file\maestro learning\common
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by:callrs
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The ipconfig file should be in one of the paths listed (e.g. C:\Windows\System32\) when you type path, as the link given by jvuz indicates. If it's not there, then "sfc /scannow" might help, but more important is why it disappeared ...so a virus/spyware check could be necessary (using AVG, Ewido, Spybot,...).

If the path is not what it should be, then the second link also has a fix.
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by:callrs
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Now:
echo %systemRoot%
--Then if %systemRoot% is stated as being c:\windows
c:
cd %systemRoot%
dir /s ipconfig.exe

--Does it find the file?
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