Artikel ID: 314079 - Bekijk de producten waarop dit artikel van toepassing is.
Dit artikel is eerder gepubliceerd onder NL314079
For a Microsoft Windows 2000 version of this article, see 101668
This article describes how to guard against a situation when it is not possible to start Windows or any other operating system on your computer. This situation can occur when Windows is installed on a computer that has an Intel x86-based processor and the boot record for the active partition or files that are required to start Windows becomes corrupted.
To guard against this situation, create a Windows boot disk when you first install Windows on the computer. This disk is different from an MS-DOS boot disk. Unlike MS-DOS, the entire Windows operating system cannot fit on one floppy disk. A Windows boot disk contains only the files that are necessary to start the operating system with the remainder of the Windows system files installed on the hard disk drive.
Use the following procedure to create this disk:
Contact us for more help
Connect with Answer Desk for expert help.