File doesn't exist: C:\autoexec.bat

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  1. CatThief

    CatThief Registered Member

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    I used to have my system set up to dual-boot into WinXP and Win98, but I removed Win98 and all of the startup files associated with Win98 and only have XP now. When TDS does its boot-time scan, right after the message "Started - verifying 29 files ..." it displays "File doesn't exist: C:\autoexec.bat". Can I remove the scan for this file or adjust the settings somewhere so I no longer receive this error message? o_O

    Many thanks,
    CatThief
     
  2. Little Mike

    Little Mike Registered Member

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    You can edit the "crcfiles.txt" file to include or not include individual files in the CRC scan.

    Go to the TDS-3 Main menu: TDS, Edit Config files..., open crcfiles.txt.

    Edit this text file to include (or delete to not include) any file to be crc scanned by TDS.

    Most folks seem to include crc tests of any security programs/files within this crcfiles.txt so that any change in crc will be flagged by TDS-3.

    Hope this helps.
     
  3. CatThief

    CatThief Registered Member

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    Thanks, Little Mike, that's exactly what I was looking for. :)
     
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