windows system32 error

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Post 3+ Months Ago

Good night:
I run the runas command...
and I get the window C: \ windows \ system32>
I say more datefs.txt and I get the following message:

Can not access the file C: \ windows \ system32 \ datefs.txt

Can someone tell me what to do.
Thanks
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Not because it went wrong
run
more datefs.txt
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charly wrote:
Not Because It Went Wrong
run
more datefs.txt
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Post 3+ Months Ago

What is datefs.txt , why is it in your system32 folder, and why are you trying to run it? It should open very easily in notepad or any other text editor for that matter.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

It seems to be virus, because there is only txt file in system32 folder called eula.txt
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Viruses are usually executable files, not .txt files, but a virus could have made the text file(why I don't know). It could be using a double extension to make you think it's a text file, and that would explain why you are not able to open it.

First of all, why are you trying to open this text file? If it's not in your system32 folder(or the extension is actually something else) then you wouldn't be able to open it with that command, and that could be why you're getting an error. To verify that it's in your system32 folder open the folder and check.

- Start
- Computer
- C:
- Windows
- System32
Look for datefs.txt

dateF.txt is used in Unix as a holder for the date/time I believe, but I don't remember there being a windows file that has that name.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Maybe you have apache installed on your OS?

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