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[SOLVED] win 95 msconfig

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by jojomo, Jan 14, 2002.

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  1. jojomo

    jojomo Thread Starter

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    How do I acess the configuration utility in win 95 ,To choose my selective start up programs? ie: win 98 -start-run "msconfig"
     
  2. mark5019

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    u cant as its not in win 95
    do asearch for startup cop that will do same for you
     
  3. jojomo

    jojomo Thread Starter

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    thanks a million
     
  4. Gram123

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    jojo - Startup Cop is here

    Alternatively, Startup Manager is in the "Freeware" section on the left of the page here

    HTH
    Gram
     
  5. Styxx

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    It's not present in Win95 is all, but if you get the MSCONFIG application off a Win98 FE or SE machine (not WinMe or higher) it will work for Win95, and copy it to a floppy, transfering that way, and put the app in the C:\Windows\System folder it will run fine.

    Do a Find/files or folders on a Win98 machine for, msconfig, copy it tgo floppy and transfer it to the above mentioned path back on your machine. It can't hurt unless the source computer is virus infected..
     
  6. ~Candy~

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    And just to add to Styxx's post....you're looking for msconfig.exe
     
  7. jojomo

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    problem solved thanks . you people are great!!!!!
     
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