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Old 24 June 2013, 17:42   #6
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OS2 works exactly like OS3.

Quick test: open a shell window and enter copy sys:utilities/ ram: (copy only the icon, not the program), then close the shell window and open the Ram Disk window and double click Clock. The clock should open without problems.

Actually a program in C: should always be found because C: is always part of the path, even if the path is reset to default.

Are you sure you use a clean unchanged Workbench and not a replacement like Scalos or the like? Or some patches which "improve" the system?

Edit: do you perhaps have a directory or a text file or something named WHDLoad in a directory which is in the path before C:?

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