On the odd chance that your acad.dcl file is corrupt, try this one. Don't forget there may be two instances, one in the acad directory and one in the support directory. Replace them both.
What I'm suggesting is that you not use Point and Shoot but rather boot with a Dos 6.22 boot disk and run autocad from there.
If you are not successful then I'm out of ideas.
EUREKA I've done it. Thanks for all your help Gene. When I set up the computer to run Autocad I changed monitors. Everything worked fine on the monitor but I couldn't boot up Autocad. I remembered it had a monitor configuration on setup but thought they were the same. Just to confirm that was not the problem I installed my old monitor and auto cad came up just fine.
Now I can get back to drawing. Thanks Again
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