'System' batch recovery.

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    'System' batch recovery.

    I'm wondering if there's any utility to restore all the MS-DOS system commands, somehow they got deleted and I'd like to be able to use them ;P.

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    > I'm wondering if there's any utility to restore all the MS-DOS system commands
    Yes, it's called your windows installation CD - you put it in, and then reboot and choose the "repair" option.
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