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In the line of writing a batch program that will do a few things...

got device manager to open running the line "start devmgmt.msc /b" and runs pretty good...


anyone know how to bring up msconfig in the command line?


Thanks

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haha been looking for awhile and right after i make this post i find the solution.

found a stand alone msconfig that launches your msconfig on my flash drive lol

heres a link if any techs need it works with older windows

Msconfig Download

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In the line of writing a batch program that will do a few things...

got device manager to open running the line "start devmgmt.msc /b" and runs pretty good...


anyone know how to bring up msconfig in the command line?


Thanks


Maybe try this
start msconfig


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In the line of writing a batch program that will do a few things...

got device manager to open running the line "start devmgmt.msc /b" and runs pretty good...


anyone know how to bring up msconfig in the command line?


Thanks


Maybe try this
start msconfig


that worked perfectly, thanks!!




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