cmd commands not working?

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  1. BlackScarletLove

    BlackScarletLove Registered Member

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    I have been trying to launch various cmd commands, but none of them are working.

    A while back I used the 'convert.exe' option to change a USB drive from FAT to NTFS.

    I typed 'convert X: /fs:ntfs' and it worked fine -- I've done that before. (X represents variable drive letter)
    Now I am trying to do the same thing, but it is saying "'convert' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program, or batch file".

    It dawned on me that it was doing the same thing when I was trying unsuccessfully to launch apktool.

    So I decided to go more basic than that. I did a simple "ping www.google.ca" and I got the same error.

    Why are my cmd commands not working?



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  2. crofttk

    crofttk Registered Member

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    Issue "set path" command from cmd prompt, check "Path=" output and make sure that includes "c:\windows\system 32" ?
     
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