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big trouble in little ibm :)

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by o_funboy, Oct 19, 2003.

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  1. o_funboy

    o_funboy Thread Starter

    Oct 19, 2003
    i have a old ibm thinkpad 360 it uses win 95 ....here is my prob when i start first i get a msg thgat says ph disk needed then it starts win 95 it then stops and says this..(invalid setting in the dblspace.ini or drvspace.ini file: aw t f 1 6 * /6 . tmp)............then it says (the following file is missing or corrupted: c\windows\himem.sys ..........the following file is missing or corrupted c:\windows\ifsshlp.sys)..... then i get this (tpe the name of the command interpreter :)e.g., c:\windows\command.com).........folowed by a c> prompt ..........i would have used a boot disk yet here is were it gets bad the laptop had a externial a drive that i know longer have (lost in moving) it does have a c drive yet i put disk in it reeds then stops looking in the bios i cant make the com start with the cd drive and dos dosnt think its there .........so far the only thing i can do is get into dos ...so if anyone out there can help please do ...
  2. Styxx

    Styxx Banned

    Sep 8, 2001
    Upgrade the unit to Win98.
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