The absence of an Autoexec.bat should not stop the system from booting, especially if the boot device is the hard drive.Originally Posted by NC Cams
And it is really easy to avoid problems just by making a back up of the Autoexec.bat (autoexec.bak)
The very minimum is it will load the command.com and show the dos prompt.
Also any file can be made up as a .bat file to run at the command prompt, including the autoexec.bat. The file can hold any commands you would normally type in by hand.
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