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Disaster Recovery Tools tutorials

  • When you install lets say New Driver for Display card and the XP gives error message, whom will you call. Hopefully no body because XP gives many tools which helps to recover from Disaster. Lets understand them.

Last Known Good Configuration Press function key F8 while starting PC within 3 Second

Advance Boot Options (Press function key F8 while starting PC within 3 Second)

Recovery Console

Roll Back Driver

System Restore/b>

Automated System Recovery (ASR)

Recovery Console

  • If any of above tool does not work then we can use this can be used to start computer in a command line environment and then fix startup and other problems. Install from

CDROM:\i386\winnt32.exe /cmdcons

LAST KNOWN GOOD CONFIGURATION (F8)

  • It is copy in registry of configuration settings, services and device drivers for last time when computer was to start successfully. For e.g. after we install new driver lets say for display driver and then while starting window gives error messages, We can restart computer using last known good configuration.

  • Window saves 2 types of configuration in Registry i.e.

1) Default is configuration that is saved to Registry when you shut down the system

2)Last Known good configuration is saved when you log on to the system.

Regedit or Regedt32

HKEY-LOCAL-MACHINE

SYSTEM

SELECT key will specify which one is last known good configuration.

  • Here Window will load last used system configuration that worked well. However keep in mind that Last known good configuration will not be useful if you have already logged on to the system with any incorrect configuration.

  • Advance Boot Options (Press within 3 second F8)

  • Some of the windows startup problems can be resolved using the Advance Boot option during startup phase.

  • SAFE MODE:- here window gets loaded with minimum basic system services and device drivers sufficient to boot OS i.e. with keyboard, mouse, harddisk and VGA monitor. All other services and user profiles are ignored. It provides access to all system and device configuration option so that you enable or disable components one by one and try to pinpoint the system component that prevent the system from loading.

SAFE MODE WITH NETWORKING

  • It is same as SAFE mode except that networking devices, drivers and services are also initialize.

SAFE MODE WITH COMMAND PROMPT

  • It load command interpreter just as MSDOS, instead of loading GUI (Graphical User Interface)

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