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Old 24 June 2013, 20:26   #7
Akira
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Yeah I am totally sure of what I have. Always used Workbench, never went for any of those replacements.
Now, having a file called WHDLoad in a path could be something to look for (although unlikely), but in that case, wouldn't I get a different error? My WHDLoad copy resides in my C:, no mistake about it.

Edit: something funny happens. I have the exact same line daxb posted, bt when i type path on a shell, the output only says:
Current_Directory
C:

Why none of the others? Maybe there's a problem with my PATH command? Why is the redirection to NIL: before the actual parameters?
I did the test with clock.info. It didn't work!

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