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Old 09-02-2004, 09:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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1. In XP, when running "msconfig" you can change certain tasks, what is the command for win 2000 to do the same thing?

2. How do I convert real player files to VCD? Should I convert rm to avi first then to VCD? And how do I convert rm to avi if thats the case?


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Old 09-02-2004, 10:24 PM   #2 (permalink)
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For your first, I'm not sure but I don't think Win 2000 has the msconfig command. I tried it awhile back and it didn't work. I could be wrong though.

For your second... I really have no ideal. Sorry
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search download.com for msconfig programs...you can install them in 2000
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I thought there should be a command that works the same as msconfig in 2000?

And anyone know the solution to second question? Thanks
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for running config in 2000 goto start, programs, administrator, computer management then services and applications. as far as converting just use file converter, do a google on it for rm to VCD conversion.
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1,
You can copy msconfig.exe from windows98 or windows XP
(at folder system32 or system, just do a search),or download it to your win2000
, locate it at system folder(for running it from startup\run, but also you can run it by double clicking it from anywhere)
Ignore any warnings when you use it
2,
www.rmconverter.com
www.boilsoft.com/
www.soft32.com/download_18151.html
www.mpgdvd.com/
you can search google, there are so bunds of, enjoy them
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