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Commad Prompt Codes?

2006-08-06 10:09:28, Category: Programming & Design
do any of you know command prompt codes? when you open command prompt i typed "regedit" and go the registry files....any of you know more of these "codes"? thx if you do

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  1. ~FriEnD~

    On 2006-08-06 10:14:44


    Command promt codes : Youy can type "help" on command prompt. these can show you all of code do you want.
  2. Gen

    On 2006-08-06 10:14:29


    telnet-this opens telnets client netstat-displays status of internet connection ren-renames a file rendir-renames a directory move-moves a file or directory help-gets the entire list of commands...lol
  3. Drift

    On 2006-08-11 22:23:23


    Here you go - http://www.microsoft.com/resources/documentation/windows/xp/all/proddocs/en-us/ntcmds.mspx Knock yourself out....
  4. jlacroix1758

    On 2006-08-06 10:17:41


    Left click on Start Left click on Run Type command and left click OK Type help and press Enter Read everything carefully, you can mess up! Don't be afraid to try things. You will build confidence as you go along. Good Luck
  5. HEY! BITE MY SHINNY METAL ASS!

    On 2006-08-13 16:38:29


    you should have typed it in "run". thats under the start menu. Command Function Chkdsk1 Checks disks for errors. Diskpart Creates and deletes partitions. Extract2 Extracts files from compressed.cab archives. Fixboot Writes a new boot sector. Fixmbr Writes a new master boot record. Help Lists the Recovery Console commands. look on the MS site for more
  6. elvanwizard

    On 2006-08-11 23:16:11


    Microsof has the full A..Z command reference on their site:
  7. h3e

    On 2006-08-14 01:00:37


    donno
  8. Brian S

    On 2006-08-06 10:21:33


    "regedit" is not a code with your command prompt. It's the name of the program you are running. You can do this with any program so long as it exists in the directory you are in or belongs in you PATH variable. There are special commands like "dir" and "del" that exists in the Windows cmd shell. Google "Windows cmd Shell" to get started using it. I would discourage you from using "command" as was previously mentioned as it is the old command shell from the Windows 95 days and lacks a lot of features. Have fun!