16-bit MS-DOS Subsystem Error Quick Fix
16-bit MS-DOS Subsystem Error Quick Fix offers the possibility of restoring the system files required for such applications to properly run. Particular errors may appear as the `Config.net`, `Autoexec.nt` or `Command.com` files become corrupt or just deleted.
Thus, if receiving any error messages linked to these system files on starting a 16-bit MS-DOS program, look for your Windows XP installation disc and run 16-bit MS-DOS Subsystem Error Quick Fix. The software only take a few seconds to complete the task once it finds the CD.
Although you can accomplish the process yourself just by copying the corresponding files from the installation medium to your Windows installation, 16-bit MS-DOS Subsystem Error Quick Fix is the faster and safer alternative in some cases, as a certain level knowledge is required.
The first step of the wizard asks for you to insert the Windows XP OS CD and waits until it is correctly loaded into the system. After a quick scan, you are allowed to move forward in the process and that takes you to the second step which does not hold any options. It just notifies you that by clicking on the `Next` button, you agree to the repairing of the MS-DOS Subsystem.
Thanks to the relative small size of data to be copied, no matter your computer's resources, the operation completes almost instantly. It may seem as a tool that you only sporadically use, but the truth is that you may end up utilizing it on regular basis as system files can easily be altered or erased.
16-bit MS-DOS Subsystem Error Quick Fix flawlessly does its job of maintaining an appropriate environment for these specific type of executable files. If encountering errors when running 16-bit applications, grab your Windows XP installation disc, run this program and get back in the game asap.