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A day or two ago I posted a question: "msconfig will not run". It has been
dropped from the Windows XP Help and Support news group. I was wondering if
anyone can tell me what happened to it and/or why it was dropped?

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Newsgroup posts are not retained indefinitely. However they are cached at
Google Groups (and possibly elsewhere). Here's your post:
http://tinyurl.com/bmc58
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"Old Mountain Man" <OldMountainMan@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
message news:CD082A0B-CD9F-460D-9380-042A7857069E@microsoft.com...
> A day or two ago I posted a question: "msconfig will not run". It has
been
> dropped from the Windows XP Help and Support news group. I was wondering
if
> anyone can tell me what happened to it and/or why it was dropped?
>
> Thanks
> --
> Old Mountain Man
 
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I was afraid I had violated some ethics or rules. The Post was only one day
old and when I searched for it on the subject I used (msconfig will not run)
it was not included, but posts over a year old were included. I thought my
"solution" was unique and might be of interest to others. I had tried the
Registry path method and a couple of other suggests in the Posts. None
worked. But, when I executed msconfig from c:\windows\system32\dllcache and
it worked, I figured that was a different solution that might be worthy of
comment!? I guess not.

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"Ted Zieglar" wrote:

> Newsgroup posts are not retained indefinitely. However they are cached at
> Google Groups (and possibly elsewhere). Here's your post:
> http://tinyurl.com/bmc58
> --
> Ted Zieglar
> "You can do it if you try."
>
> "Old Mountain Man" <OldMountainMan@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
> message news:CD082A0B-CD9F-460D-9380-042A7857069E@microsoft.com...
> > A day or two ago I posted a question: "msconfig will not run". It has
> been
> > dropped from the Windows XP Help and Support news group. I was wondering
> if
> > anyone can tell me what happened to it and/or why it was dropped?
> >
> > Thanks
> > --
> > Old Mountain Man
>
>
 

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Old Mountain Man wrote:
>
> I was afraid I had violated some ethics or rules. The
> Post was only one day old and when I searched for it on
> the subject I used (msconfig will not run) it was not
> included, but posts over a year old were included. I
> thought my "solution" was unique and might be of interest
> to others. I had tried the Registry path method and a
> couple of other suggests in the Posts. None worked.
> But, when I executed msconfig from
c:\windows\system32\dllcache
> and it worked, I figured that was a different solution that
> might be worthy of comment!? I guess not.
>
I've no idea why it might be lurking in dllcache. It does
not live there in my system.

Cheers,

Cliff

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