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i just got a ford tech cd. and when i put it in to install it i get a pop up saying
"16 bit windows subsystem. c:\windows\system32\autoexec.nt. the file is not suitable for running ms-dos and microsoft windows application"
i ran it on 3 computers and they all said the same. any ideas whats up?
 

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Well, either all of your computers have had a nasty bout of spyware or the CD is bad. I ran into the 16 bit Subsystem corruption alot when I worked at a pc repair shop, upon removing some spyware from the system this will sometimes happen. Its an easy enough fix, its just a matter of replacing 3 files, one of them being the autoexec.nt file noted in the error message. I don't remember the other two at the moment, but if you do a google search I'm sure you will find it. If that still does not work, then its most likely a bad CD.
 
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