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We have this subject called Computer Oraganization... we are now using dos debug commands but the problem with my laptop is that when I type debug command...it will prompt 'debug' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.

The C:\Windows\system32 do not have a debug.exe

I did try copying the debug.exe from another laptop with dos debug command to my laptop but still it did not work. What should I do to have a dos debug command?

Thanks in advance :)

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Yup, Microsoft has phased out debug.exe because Windows 7 no longer supports those ancient 16-bit programs.

You can download DosBox and run the 16-bit programs and debug.exe from there.

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Yup, Microsoft has phased out debug.exe because Windows 7 no longer supports those ancient 16-bit programs.

You can download DosBox and run the 16-bit programs and debug.exe from there.

AHHHH,,, I see...tnx ^^

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Yup, Microsoft has phased out debug.exe because Windows 7 no longer supports those ancient 16-bit programs.

You can download DosBox and run the 16-bit programs and debug.exe from there.

tnx a lot it worked ^^

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hello!! i have the same problem i already have a dosbox but will tasm work in dosbox? how? tnx!!

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