XP Recovery Console ISO
Burn this ISO file to a CD using PowerISO or what ever image burning software you use. Insert the disc into your optic drive. Boot from CD. You now have access to the XP Recovery Console. Great utility to have if you need to make some repairs. I use this personally and have no doubt that it is a great ISO to have "Just in case"
1. During Startup, select Recovery Console from the startup options menu.
2. If you have a dual-boot or multiboot system, select the installation that you want to access from the Recovery Console.
3. When you are prompted, type the Administrator password.
4. At the command prompt, type Recovery Console commands, and then you can refer to the commands that are listed in the "Available commands within Windows Recovery Console" section.
5. At any time, you can type Help for a list of available commands.
6. At any time, you can type Help commandname for help on a specific command.For example, you can type help attrib to display the help on the attributes command.
7. At any time, you can exit Windows Recovery Console by typing Exit at the command line.
The Recovery Console gives you limited access to the NTFS file system, FAT, and FAT32 volumes. Recovery Console prevents the familiar Windows Graphical User Interface (GUI) from loading in order to repair and recover Windows functionality.
After you start the Windows Recovery Console, you receive the following message:
Microsoft Windows(R) Recovery Console
The Recovery Console provides system repair and recovery functionality.
Type EXIT to exit the Recovery Console and restart the computer.
Which Windows Installation would you like to log on to ?
(To cancel, press ENTER)
Enter the number for the appropriate Windows installation. In this example, you would press 1. Then, Windows prompts you to enter the Administrator account password.
Note If you use an incorrect password three times, the Windows Recovery Console closes. Also, if the Security Accounts Manager (SAM) database is missing or damaged, you cannot use the Windows Recovery Console because you cannot be authenticated correctly. After you enter your password and the Windows Recovery Console starts, type Exit to restart the computer.
When you use Windows XP Professional, you can set group policies to enable automatic administrative logon. For more information about how to set Recovery Console to enable automatic administrative logon, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
312149 (h**p://support.microsoft.com/kb/312149/ ) How to enable an administrator to log on automatically in Recovery Console
PLATFORM: Windows XP
FILES : 7.9mb
XP Recovery Console ISO
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