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  • Subject: code/400 help.....need help!
  • From: Chris Proctor <cproctor@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 8 May 2001 08:07:49 -0600

Title: code/400 help.....need help!

Hi all,

Well, I figured out what my help problem was....(thanks to whoever it was who sent me the email about help troubleshooting). I found out that if I start dos prompt and type "httpdl -r httpd.cfg" and leave it up, help will work in code/400.  It said in the documentation that I could start it automatically by downloading "NetQuestionAutoStart.reg" and running it to update the register.  I went out to the website (sorry, don't remember the URL offhand) and it wasn't there.  Does anyone have any suggestions, short of me starting that dos prompt every time I use code/400? I tried reinstall and that did nothing.  BTW, I'm running it on Windows ME.  It works fine on my NT machine.

Thanks for the help,

Chris Proctor
Manager of Systems Integration

1060 Broadway
Denver, CO 80203

Phone (303) 863-2280
Fax     (303) 863-2263
mailto: cproctor@gartsports.com

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