Windows NT 3.5 x و 4.0 شاشات عملية إصلاح الحالات الطارئة

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Windows NT Emergency Repair Process---------------------------------------1. Boot off of the Setup Disk 12. Insert Disk 2------------------------------- Screen 1 ----------------------------------Welcome to Setup-----Choose R from the bottom of the screen for repairprocess.As part of the repair Process, Setup will perform each of the optionaltasks shown below with an "X" in it's check box.To perform the selected tasks, press ENTER to indicate "Continue." If youwant to select or deselect any item in the list, press the UP or DOWN arrowkey to move the highlight to the item you want to change.Then press ENTER.   [X]   Inspect registry files.   [X]   Inspect startup environment.   [X]   Verify Windows NT system files.   [X]   Inspect Boot Sector.      Continue <perform selected tasks>F1=Help      F3=Exit      ESC=CancelENTER=Select/Deselect----------------------------- End Screen 1 --------------------------------*** Explanation of these options: - Inspect Configuration Registry Files: choosing this option will take the   user to a second screen. And this option attempts to load each file in   the registry that is selected from that screen to determine whether or   not it may have become corrupt. If Setup determines that part of the   registry has become corrupted, it will recommend that the file be   restored. The user can accept or ignore the recommendation. - Inspect Startup environment: This option checks the boot files such as   NTLDR, NTDETECT.COM etc... - Verify Windows NT System Files: This selection uses a checksum to verify   that each file in the installation is good and matches the files that   were originally installed. If files are missing or corrupt, they can be   restored from the installation disks or CD. - Inspect Boot Sector: This option will repair the boor sector on drive C   and reinstall the Boot Loader functionality.------------------------------- Screen 2 ----------------------------------Windows SetupSetup automatically detects floppy disk controllers and standard EDSI/IDEdisks without user intervention. However on some computers detection ofcertain other mass storage devices, such as SCSI adapters and CD-ROMdrives, can cause the computer to become unresponsive or to malfunctiontemporarily.For this reason, you can bypass Setup's mass storage device detection andmanually select SCSI adapters, CD-ROM drives, and special disk controllers(such as drive arrays) for installation. · To continue, Press ENTER.   Setup will attempt to detect mass storage devices in your computer. · To skip mass storage device detection, press S.   Setup will allow you to manually select SCSI adapters, CD-ROM drives,   and special disk controllers for installation.F3=Exit         ENTER=Continue      S=Skip Detection----------------------------- End Screen 2 --------------------------------*** After selecting to continue it will load the SCSI drivers and request    setup disk 3------------------------------- Screen 3 ----------------------------------Setup has recognized the following mass storage devices in your computer   <Your SCSI adapter>  -or-  <None> · To specify additional SCSI adapters, CD-ROM drives, or special disk   controllers for use with Windows NT, including those for which you have   a device support disk from a mass storage device manufacturer, press S. · If you do not have any device support disks from a mass storage device   manufacturer, or do not want to specify additional mass storage devices   for use with Windows NT, press ENTER.S=Specify Additional Device   ENTER=Continue   F3=Exit----------------------------- End Screen 3 --------------------------------------------------------------- Screen 4 ----------------------------------                           [NT V3.5x specific]As part of the repair process, Setup may need to replace files on your harddisk with original copies from your Windows NT distribution disks.Because Setup can use either a CD-ROM or 3.5" disks, you must now selectthe media from which Setup should copy original files if it needs to. · If you have a Windows NT Setup CD-ROM, press ENTER. · If you have Windows NT 3.5x" Setup disks, press A.ENTER=CD-ROM Drive      A=Drive      F3=Exit----------------------------- End Screen 4 --------------------------------*** If you choose A the screen is the same but requests you to use the    floppy drives.*** NT V4.0 REQUIRES THE INSTALLATION CD-ROM, FLOPPY OPTION IS UNAVAILABLE    SO THIS SCREEN IS SKIPPED.------------------------------- Screen 4 ----------------------------------                           [NT V4.0 specific]Setup was unable to locate a CD-ROM Drive.Make sure your CD-ROM drive is switched on and properly connectedto your computer. If it is a SCSI CD-ROM drive, make sure yourSCSI Devices are properly terminated. Consult your computer or SCSIadapter documentation for more information.Setup cannot continue. Press F3 to exit.----------------------------- End Screen 4 --------------------------------*** NT V4.0 REQUIRES THE INSTALLATION CD-ROM DRIVE BE ACCESSIBLE.------------------------------- Screen 5 ----------------------------------Setup needs to know if you have an Emergency repair disk for the Windows NTversion X.X installation which you want to repair.NOTE: Setup can only repair a Windows NT version X.X installation. · If you have the Emergency Repair Disk, press ENTER. · If you do not have the Emergency Repair Disk, press ESC. Setup will   attempt to locate the Windows NT version X.X for you.ENTER=Continue      ESC=Cancel      F3=Exit----------------------------- End Screen 5 --------------------------------*** If you choose ESC, it will find your installation and get to screen 7.*** If you choose Continue you get screen 6.*** Setup will examine your disks here.------------------------------- Screen 6 ----------------------------------Please insert the disk labeled Windows Emergency Repair Disk into Drive A: · press Enter when ready.F3=Exit         ENTER=Continue      ESC=Cancel----------------------------- End Screen 6 --------------------------------------------------------------- Screen 7 ----------------------------------Setup has found Windows NT on your hard disk in the directory shown below.   <location> · To repair the Windows NT installation shown above, press ENTER. · To return to the previous screen, press ESC. · To exit Setup, press F3.F3=Exit         ESC=Cancel         ENTER=Repair.----------------------------- End Screen 7 --------------------------------------------------------------- Screen 8 ----------------------------------Setup will restore each registry file shown below with an "X" in its checkbox.To restore the selected files, press ENTER to indicate "Continue." If youwant to select or deselect any item in the list, press the UP or DOWN ARROWkey to move the highlight to the item you want to change. Then press ENTER.WARNING: Restore a registry file only as a last resort. Existingconfiguration may be lost. Press F1 for more information.   [   ]   SYSTEM (System configuration)   [   ]   SOFTWARE (Software Information)   [   ]   DEFAULT (Default User Profile)   [   ]   NTUSER.DAT (New User profile)     (NT V4.0 only)   [   ]   SECURITY ( Security Policy) and           SAM (User Accounts Database)   Continue (perform selected tasks)F1=Help         ENTER=Select/Deselect      F3=Exit----------------------------- End Screen 8 --------------------------------Differences Between Windows NT 3.1 and 3.5x Repair Processes-----------------------------------------------------------1. The 3.5 Repair process goes through the 2nd disk before prompting   the user to choose the repair process.2. The 3.5 Repair process offers an additional choice for checking the   boot files. It allows the user to select either the Boot Sector or   the Startup Environment. The 3.1 repair process offers only the   Boot Files which includes both of the previous choices.3. The 3.5 Repair process offers the ability to specify the path for   the repair information. The user does not have to have a physical   floppy disk on which the repair information is stored, but can   choose to use the information stored in the <SYSTEMROOT>\REPAIR   subdirectory.4. The 3.5 Repair process offers the ability to designate the source   media for the original distribution files either CD-ROM or the   A: Drive.5. The 3.5 Repair process offers the choice to insert a disk with a   driver for 3rd party disk controllers.Differences Between Windows NT 3.5 and 4.0 Repair Processes-----------------------------------------------------------Same as the differences stated above with the exception of 4.NT V4.0 requires access to the installation CD-ROM Drive.				
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