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What is the command to manually access the search function in windows xp from command prompt ?

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http://ss64.com/nt/
http://forums.cnet.com/7723-6142_102-124906/how-can-i-get-to-dos-command-prompt-please-help/
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well there are a lot of search command, depends on what you're trying to search for. go to http://ss64.com/nt/
I guess the asker is trying to find out the command to search in 'cmd'
This is quite hilarious
or get win 7 and 'search'...i don't know why u need to search in cmd
Imagine that you need to use windows but don't have a taskbar or start button.
hey mthy
@ hero lol
wait a second u r not hte real mth right
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no
then who are you.
You can use the Windows key+f option that will open a search shell.
If you want command line search in Windows, I'd recommend installing Cygwin and using grep :)
Are you thinking of the Bios access or Safe Mode?

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