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I keep receiving this error message -(C:WINDOWS\system32\autoexec.NT. The system file is not suitable for running MS-DOS and Microsoft Windows applications. Choose "close" to terminate the application.) Then, a minute or so later, I receive a second message (MONITOR:can't find agent "bitware NT agent" class "WCNtAgent.) I've copied the autoexec file from the repair folder and placed it into system 32, but when I restart my computer the autoexec file has gone and the above message returns. (I do not have my original XP CD) Is there another way of fixing this without it. HELP ... Peter

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Try this
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Re: WCNtAgent
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Tufenuf, I received

a CNET e-mail from this poster that the links we provided fixed his problem and he thanked us. Not sure why he didn't post here here but I just wanted to let you know LOL.

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(NT) (NT) roddy, Thanks for the feedback.

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