From the comments, it seems you are trying to execute a command (program, executable) under
C:\WINDOWS\system32\. What you are seeing is the prompt, and it shows you the current directory. In Windows, you can run commands in the current directory simply by typing the name, e.g.
By the way, if the command you are trying to run is directly under system32 (so
...\system32\notepad, but not
...\system32\drivers\etc), you can just type the name of the command no matter what your current directory is, e.g.
notepad. This is because
C:\Windows\system32\ is in your