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Creating Windows NT and Windows 2000 Setup Disks

Creating Windows NT and Windows 2000 Setup Disks For Windows NT 4.0, perform the following steps: Start your computer, it can be running MS-DOS, WFW, Windows 95/98 or NT. Insert the Windows NT installation CD into the drive. Open a command prompt (command.com in MS-DOS, WFW or Windows 95/98 or …

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CD-ROM Drive Troubleshooting – Page Three

Whether you are installing a new CD-ROM drive, replacing a drive or just testing a drive to see if it is physically defective, you will need to obtain certain files for a boot disk and in addition, you may need to create or at least edit two files to add …

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tree MS-DOS Command

TREE (Display Directory) Type: External (2.0 and later) Syntax: TREE [d:][path] [/A][/F] Purpose: Displays directory paths and (optionally) files in each subdirectory. Discussion When you use the TREE command each directory name is displayed along with the names of any subdirectories within it. The display will be in a format …

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Windows 2000 – Unbind NetBIOS From Your Internet Connection

Unbind NetBIOS From Your Internet Connection Security is an important concern to everyone, and given that Windows is the most widely implemented OS in the world, gets its share of attention when it comes to security. While some of the Windows 2000 weaknesses and vulnerabilities are legitimate, some are just …

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time MS-DOS Command

Type: Internal (1.0 and later) Syntax: TIME TIME hh:mm[:ss][.cc][A|P] Purpose: Displays current time setting of system clock and provides a way for you to reset the time. Discussion You can enter the TIME command alone and the program will prompt you when to enter the time. You can also enter …

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Knowledge Center – Microsoft Windows 2000

Microsoft® Windows 2000 Knowledge Center If you have arrived here through a search engine, and there’s no menu to the left, click here! Hot Topics Here you will find a number of the Hot Topics discussed in our Knowledge Center that relate to Windows 2000. These will change from time …

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Differences Between Regedt32.exe and Regedit.exe

Differences Between Regedt32.exe and Regedit.exe Windows 2000 provides two versions of Registry Editor: Regedt32.exe (32-bit) and Regedit.exe (16-bit). Regedt32.exe is automatically installed in the systemroot\system32 folder. (\WINNT\System32) Regedit.exe is automatically installed in the systemroot folder.(\WINNT\) Regedit.exe is included with Windows 2000 primarily for its search capability. You can use Regedit.exe …

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An Overview of the Microsoft Management Console

Microsoft® Windows 2000 Knowledge Center The Microsoft Management Console If you have arrived here through a search engine, and there’s no menu to the left, click here! An Overview of the Microsoft Management Console The Microsoft Management Console (MMC) has been around for a number of years now, since the …

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Windows 2000 Service Pack 1 Fixes

Microsoft® Windows 2000 Knowledge Center Issues Resolved by Windows 2000 Service Pack 1 If you have arrived here through a search engine, click here! Base Operating System [ Top ] Q265010 Support for O2Micro CardBus Controllers OZ6912 and OZ6922 Added in SP1 Q265006 Remote Storage Oplocks Failures Cause Reduction in …

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Overview of the Windows 2000 Registry Editors

Microsoft® Windows 2000 Knowledge Center The Windows 2000 Registry Editors If you have arrived here through a search engine, click here! Overview of the Registry Editor (Regedit32) The Registry Editor is an advanced tool that you can use for changing settings in your system registry, which contains information about how …

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