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command prompt

I don't know how to work it properly.
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What do you need it to work for? Different programs use the command prompt differently.
How am I meant to locate a folder? It always says "not recognised as an internal or external command or batch file" or something like that.
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Originally posted by hyreforgling
How am I meant to locate a folder? It always says "not recognised as an internal or external command or batch file" or something like that.


Simple either locate your folder in Windows Explorer then right click and hit "Open Command Window Here" or go to the folder and type what you see in the top bar, followed by the program.

ex:
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if you want to get to a folder(ex: Games) you must first find the location.
Go to the any file inside the folder, right click, go to properties and copy its location.
Then go to command prompt, type cd press space and right click and paste the location.

so just get the location and type that.
Code
cd C:\YOUR_FOLDER_GOES_HERE\


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Copy cmd.exe in the folder where you want, double click on it and there ya go, the path to your folder.
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Try googling a Command Prompt tutorial.
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