Re: cmd help?!
what do you mean it starts with "C:\ Documents and settings\Home".
If you are going to use for example "ipconfig" at the cmd, you do not need to type anything else it should come up with network/ip information for you. so just type in "ipconfig" then press enter. And when you ping, type ping followed by an IP address or the name of a computer ON THE SAME NETWORK.
Also, you mentioned that it said "t is not a valid internal or external command operable programme or a batch file" everytime you punched in one of those commands, it might be that the system path has been altered some way and that the Operating system cant find the command!
Anyways see how that goes and we shall see where we will go from there =D
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