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Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by fly_parvaz, Oct 4, 2003.

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  1. fly_parvaz

    fly_parvaz Thread Starter

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    Hi guys

    My question is where can I find all the commands word and meaning ? ( like for example for open netmeeting you go to start=> RUN=> type conf and open netmeeting or you type chkdsk /f for scan disk and fix error and ...) where can I find all thoese command words with meaning ?

    please inform me .

    regard
     
  2. kiwiguy

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    They are plentiful on the web. Just ask Google.

    One comprehensive one is here
     
  3. fly_parvaz

    fly_parvaz Thread Starter

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    thanks for reply

    But I think I have to explain it better . I don't discuss about CMD , I am talking about RUN , like when I want open something like nemeeting then I type just CONF in thoese command promp in CMD there nothing saying about conf can open netmeeting and netmeeting is just the example but there is some others that I am looking for .

    regard
     
  4. kiwiguy

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    Anything you type in "RUN" is in fact being typed into a Command Line Interface, its just being hidden from you by the RUN Window.

    The other commands you may use will solely depend on what software you have on your PC, and will vary widely from PC to PC.

    Therefore a global list is probably not available, as what I have loaded (and available from a CLI or RUN window) will be different from what you have loaded on a program by program basis.
     
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