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General Information -
The "Recovery Console" is a Start-up option you can install which helps you gain access to your Windows 2000 installation to replace damaged files and disable or enable services.
The Recovery Console takes about 7MB of hard disk space.
The recovery console can also be started from the Windows CD disk or from the start up disks.
How to... -
- Click Start
- click Run
- type d:\i386\winnt32.exe /cmdcons in the Open box
( the beginning "d:\" shown above might be a different drive like "e:\". The letter you use above is the letter assigned to your CD-ROM drive.
- Click OK, follow the instructions on the screen to finish Setup, and then restart your computer.
- Restart your computer
- Select "Windows 2000 Recovery Console" from the Startup Menu
The Pagefile.sys file is not accessible when you are in Recovery Console. To work around this behavior, copy another file to the Pagefile.sys file. After you copy a file to Pagefile.sys, the Pagefile.sys file is displayed and can then be deleted. ...see KB link above.
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