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when I use the run... box it disappears straight away

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July 22, 2005 7:50:04 AM

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Hi there,
I was trying to my ip address and some other instructions using the run...
box from the start menu in windows xp. However as soon as I type "ipconfig"
and press enter the black coloured window appears for a fraction of a second
and then quickly disappears. I would appreaciate it if someone can tell me
how to make it work again.
Thank you
Im running xp sp1 after I uninstalled sp2

ammar Wakil
Anonymous
July 22, 2005 7:51:40 PM

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This is the "run"'s normal behaviour! The "run" window is set to close
automatically after the DOS command completes. In order for you to get the
info to be display longer do:

1) Run: CMD <enter key>

2) At "C:\......." enter: IPCONFIG


This will bring up a DOS windows and will display the info you want until
you enter "EXIT" or click on the X on the top right hand corner


"Ammar" <Ammar@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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> Hi there,
> I was trying to my ip address and some other instructions using the run...
> box from the start menu in windows xp. However as soon as I type
> "ipconfig"
> and press enter the black coloured window appears for a fraction of a
> second
> and then quickly disappears. I would appreaciate it if someone can tell me
> how to make it work again.
> Thank you
> Im running xp sp1 after I uninstalled sp2
>
> ammar Wakil
Anonymous
July 23, 2005 12:58:29 AM

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What do you mean again? Type it in a command prompt. The program exits so it has no need for a window.

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"Ammar" <Ammar@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:74F5CD08-E2AD-4E9C-9958-D09A09B359BF@microsoft.com...
> Hi there,
> I was trying to my ip address and some other instructions using the run...
> box from the start menu in windows xp. However as soon as I type "ipconfig"
> and press enter the black coloured window appears for a fraction of a second
> and then quickly disappears. I would appreaciate it if someone can tell me
> how to make it work again.
> Thank you
> Im running xp sp1 after I uninstalled sp2
>
> ammar Wakil
July 23, 2005 12:58:30 AM

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thank you,
I was not using the command prompt properly. My apology ..
Ammar

"David Candy" wrote:

> What do you mean again? Type it in a command prompt. The program exits so it has no need for a window.
>
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> "Ammar" <Ammar@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:74F5CD08-E2AD-4E9C-9958-D09A09B359BF@microsoft.com...
> > Hi there,
> > I was trying to my ip address and some other instructions using the run...
> > box from the start menu in windows xp. However as soon as I type "ipconfig"
> > and press enter the black coloured window appears for a fraction of a second
> > and then quickly disappears. I would appreaciate it if someone can tell me
> > how to make it work again.
> > Thank you
> > Im running xp sp1 after I uninstalled sp2
> >
> > ammar Wakil
>
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