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The Run command
on Microsoft Windows operating system allows you to directly open an
application or document with just a single command instead of navigating to
it’s location and double-clicking the executable icon. However, it only works
for some of the inbuilt Windows programs such as Command prompt (cmd),
Calculator (calc) etc.
So, have you ever wondered how to create your own
customized Run commands for accessing your favorite programs, files and
folders? Well, read on to find out the answer.
CREATING THE CUSTOMIZED RUN COMMAND:
Let me take up an example of how to create a
customized run command for opening the Internet explorer. Once you create this
command, you should be able to open the Internet explorer just by typing ie in
the Run dialog box. Here is how you can do that.
1.Right-click on your Desktop and select New
2.You will see a “Create
Shortcut” Dialog box as shown below
3.Click on “Browse”, navigate
to: Program Files -> Internet Explorer
from your Root drive (usually C:\) and select “iexplore” as shown in the above
figure and click on “OK”.
4.Now click on “Next” and type
any name for your shortcut. You can choose any name as per your choice; this
will be your customized “Run command”. In this case I name my shortcut as “ie“.
Click on “Finish”.
5.You will see a shortcut
named ie on your desktop. All you need to do is
just copy this shortcut and paste it in your Windows folder (usually
“C:/Windows”). Once you have copied the shortcut onto your Windows folder, you
can delete the one on your Desktop.
6.That’s it! From now on, just
open the Run dialog box, type ie and hit Enter
to open the Internet Explorer.
If you are using Windows 7/Vista then open it
with administrator rights.
Go to Start -> All Programs -> Accessories
-> Right-click on “Command Prompt” and select “Run as Administrator”.
In the command prompt, type in the following
This will start the Microsoft DiskPart utility
as shown below:
Now issue the following command:
This will show you a list of available
disks on your system. Disk 0 is usually the hard disk. In my
case, Disk 5 is the PEN drive (this can be a different one in
your case). Now issue the command as shown below:
SELECT DISK 5
NOTE: In the above command, 5
is the PEN drive number on my system. If you have a different number on your
system, then you need to replace 5 with that number.
Now issue the following list of commands one by
one as shown below:
CREATE PARTITION PRIMARY SELECT PARTITION 1 ACTIVE FORMAT FS=NTFS QUICK ASSIGN EXIT
Minimize the command prompt and proceed to the
Insert the Windows 7/Vista installation disc
and note down the “drive letter” of your DVD drive. In my case, it is
“H:”. Now type the following list of commands as shown below:
H: CD BOOT
BOOTSECT.EXE /NT60 M: (NOTE:
M: is your PEN drive letter)
Copy the contents of your Windows
7/Vista installation disk into the PEN flash drive.
That’s it! Your PEN stick is now ready to boot
and install the OS for you. Don’t forget to enable the “PEN Boot” option and
change the “boot priority to PEN device from hard disk” in your BIOS
1. First goto CMD, type attrib X:\Autorun.inf –s –r
–h where X is your drive
name which is having the problem.
2. Now the file is visible and ready to delete.
3. After deleting the file, close the explorer and open it
again or just give a reboot to the computer, your problem is fixed.