How to Upgrade from Windows NT Workstation

Upgrading from Windows NT Workstation (Versions 3.51 0r 4.0) To Windows 2000 Professional If you are currently using Windows® NT Workstation, either version 3.51 or version 4.0, you can upgrade to Windows 2000 Professional. Send this document to a friend Printer-friendly version of this document? The Windows® 2000 Professional operating …

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xcopy MS-DOS Command

Type: External (3.2 and later) Syntax: XCOPY [d:][path]filename [d:][path][filename] [/A][/D:(date)] [/E][/M][/P] [/S][/V][/W][Y|-Y] Purpose: Copies directories, subdirectories, and files. Discussion XCOPY copies files or groups of files to and from directories, and is especially useful for copying data to and from a fixed disk. The first path designation specifies the source …

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Volume Boot Sectors

Volume Boot Sectors If you have arrived here through a search engine, and there’s no menu to the left click here! Each partition or logical DOS volume has its own volume boot sector. This is distinct from the master boot sector or master boot record that controls the entire disk, …

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set MS-DOS Command

SET (Set Environment) Type: External (3.3 and later) Syntax: SET SET string1=string2 Purpose: Inserts strings into the command environment. The set values can be used later by programs. Discussion The SET command is used to set values that will be used by programs. DOS holds the set strings in the …

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FAT File System Errors

FAT File System Errors If you have arrived here through a search engine, and there’s no menu to the left click here! Although the FAT file system is very efficient given its age, its overall design and how it allocates disk space and chains file together provides ample opportunity for …

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Using Diagnostic Software to Detect or Confirm Memory Problems (Cont.)

Downloading, Setting Up and Running Memory Diagnostic Software We have discussed the basic techniques and methods you can use to diagnose a possible failed or failing memory module. At this point, we will presume that you have exhausted the basic techniques and need to dig a little deeper in an …

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NTFS Directories and Files

NTFS Directories and Files Yes, NTFS volumes have directories and files. Isn’t that good to know? :^) Well, you probably want to learn a bit more about them than that, I am sure, and in this part of the NTFS guide I will endeavor to do just that. If you …

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Operating Systems and their File Systems

Operating Systems and their File Systems If you have arrived here through a search engine, and there’s no menu to the left click here! FAT Specifics Virtual FAT (VFAT) When Microsoft released Windows® 95 in 1995, they made numerous improvements to the underlying operating system (rebuilt it actually) when compared …

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Operating Systems and their File Systems

Operating Systems and their File Systems If you have arrived here through a search engine, and there’s no menu to the left click here! When preparing a segment such as this, an adequate discussion tends to blur the line between hardware issues associated with hard disks and the software issues …

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Backup MS-DOS Command

Type: External (2.0 and later) Syntax: BACKUP [d:][path][filename] [d:][/S][/M][/A][/F:(size] [/P][/D:date] [/T:time] [/L:[d:][path]filename] Purpose: Makes a backup copy of one or more files. (In DOS Version 6, this program is stored on the DOS supplemental disk.) Discussion The first path and filename(s) you enter identify the disk file(s) to be backed …

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