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  1. Microsoft Windows XPMicrosoft Windows XP Inside Out, Second EditionInside Out, Second Edition Ch 1:Ch 1: What's New in Windows XPWhat's New in Windows XP
  2. Windows XP VersionsWindows XP Versions Windows XP HomeWindows XP Home Basic Networking, Low SecurityBasic Networking, Low Security Windows XP ProfessionalWindows XP Professional – Includes everything in Windows XP HomeIncludes everything in Windows XP Home EditionEdition – Plus features for corporate network usersPlus features for corporate network users and power usersand power users
  3. Windows XP VersionsWindows XP Versions Media Center Edition, Tablet PCMedia Center Edition, Tablet PC Edition, and 64-Bit EditionEdition, and 64-Bit Edition – Built on Windows XP ProfessionalBuilt on Windows XP Professional – Designed for use with specific hardwareDesigned for use with specific hardware devicesdevices
  4. Windows XP WithWindows XP With Service Pack 2Service Pack 2 Bug fixes and updated driversBug fixes and updated drivers security enhancements, includingsecurity enhancements, including WindowsWindows Internet Explorer now blocks pop-upInternet Explorer now blocks pop-up windows and some downloads.windows and some downloads. Wireless network wizardWireless network wizard Windows Update runs automatically byWindows Update runs automatically by defaultdefault
  5. New Features in Windows XPNew Features in Windows XP Simple File Sharing is a completelySimple File Sharing is a completely new security model that controlsnew security model that controls access toaccess to Shared resources on networks.Shared resources on networks. Fast User SwitchingFast User Switching Remote Desktop feature (ProfessionalRemote Desktop feature (Professional edition only)edition only) The System Restore and DriverThe System Restore and Driver RollbackRollback
  6. Security in Windows XPSecurity in Windows XP Windows XP users will face virusesWindows XP users will face viruses and wormsand worms The security enhancements in ServiceThe security enhancements in Service Pack 2 help, but do not really solve thisPack 2 help, but do not really solve this problemproblem Think about security all the time; it willThink about security all the time; it will be a large part of your jobbe a large part of your job
  7. Windows XP Home EditionWindows XP Home Edition Budget-priced versionBudget-priced version Pre-installed on home and smallPre-installed on home and small business PCsbusiness PCs Cannot connect to corporate networksCannot connect to corporate networks (domains)(domains) Minimal security optionsMinimal security options Only allows a single CPU and a singleOnly allows a single CPU and a single video display.video display.
  8. Windows XP ProfessionalWindows XP Professional Includes everything in Home EditionIncludes everything in Home Edition All the networking and securityAll the networking and security components required to join acomponents required to join a Windows domain run by Windows 2000Windows domain run by Windows 2000 Server or Windows Server 2003Server or Windows Server 2003 Allows high-performance hardware,Allows high-performance hardware, such as a dual-processor motherboardsuch as a dual-processor motherboard
  9. Windows XP Tablet PC EditionWindows XP Tablet PC Edition 20052005 Sold only with Tablet PCsSold only with Tablet PCs – Notebook computers with custom screensNotebook computers with custom screens you write on with a digital penyou write on with a digital pen Includes all capabilities of Windows XPIncludes all capabilities of Windows XP ProfessionalProfessional
  10. Windows XP Media CenterWindows XP Media Center Edition 2004Edition 2004 Sold only with special hardwareSold only with special hardware Supports TV, movies, and musicSupports TV, movies, and music
  11. Windows XP 64-Bit EditionWindows XP 64-Bit Edition For 64-bit processors such as Intel’sFor 64-bit processors such as Intel’s ItaniumItanium Not popular yetNot popular yet
  12. To See Your VersionTo See Your Version System PropertiesSystem Properties – Start, Control Panel,Start, Control Panel, System orSystem or – Windows Logo +Windows Logo + BreakBreak
  13. Service Pack 1Service Pack 1 Released in Fall 2002Released in Fall 2002 Program updates, bug fixes, securityProgram updates, bug fixes, security patches, and driverspatches, and drivers Support for USB 2, the latest version ofSupport for USB 2, the latest version of Universal Serial BusUniversal Serial Bus Set Program Access And DefaultsSet Program Access And Defaults option in Add Or Remove Programsoption in Add Or Remove Programs – Before SP1, Microsoft components oftenBefore SP1, Microsoft components often opened by default even after you installedopened by default even after you installed components from another companycomponents from another company
  14. Service Pack 2Service Pack 2 Released in summer 2004Released in summer 2004 Includes SP1, new bug fixes, more driversIncludes SP1, new bug fixes, more drivers – Security CenterSecurity Center – Windows FirewallWindows Firewall – Automatic UpdatesAutomatic Updates – Internet Explorer enhancementsInternet Explorer enhancements – Wireless NetworkingWireless Networking
  15. MoviesMovies Link Ch1b on myLink Ch1b on my Web PageWeb Page ((samsclass.infosamsclass.info))
  16. Chapter 2Chapter 2 Installing and ConfiguringInstalling and Configuring Windows XPWindows XP
  17. Avoiding Compatibility ProblemsAvoiding Compatibility Problems – Old programs written for Windows 95,Old programs written for Windows 95, Windows 98, or Windows Me may not runWindows 98, or Windows Me may not run properly under Windows XPproperly under Windows XP – Old hardware may not have XP driversOld hardware may not have XP drivers Windows XP Upgrade AdvisorWindows XP Upgrade Advisor – Choose it after inserting the Windows XPChoose it after inserting the Windows XP CD, orCD, or – dd:i386winnt32-checkupgradeonly:i386winnt32-checkupgradeonly – at a command prompt.at a command prompt.
  18. Check System CompatibilityCheck System Compatibility
  19. Dynamic UpdatesDynamic Updates When you upgrade over an existingWhen you upgrade over an existing Windows version, Setup offers toWindows version, Setup offers to check for dynamic updates.check for dynamic updates. That loads service packs, updatedThat loads service packs, updated drivers for hardware detected on yourdrivers for hardware detected on your system, and upgrade packs forsystem, and upgrade packs for programs you’re currently runningprograms you’re currently running Use it – it's a good featureUse it – it's a good feature
  20. Windows 2000 Pro andWindows 2000 Pro and Windows XPWindows XP Applications that use Windows 2000Applications that use Windows 2000 Pro should work with Windows XPPro should work with Windows XP Applications written for Windows 98 orApplications written for Windows 98 or Windows ME are more likely to causeWindows ME are more likely to cause problemsproblems – The Windows CatalogThe Windows Catalog (http://www.microsoft.com/windows/catalo(http://www.microsoft.com/windows/catalo g) is regularly updated, and it includesg) is regularly updated, and it includes links to additional information and updatedlinks to additional information and updated drivers.drivers.
  21. Preparing to Install Windows XPPreparing to Install Windows XP Hardware Requirements (bareHardware Requirements (bare minimum)minimum) – 233 MHz processor from the233 MHz processor from the – Intel Pentium/Celeron family or the AMDIntel Pentium/Celeron family or the AMD K6/Athlon/Duron familyK6/Athlon/Duron family – 64 MB of RAM (128 recommended)64 MB of RAM (128 recommended) – 1.5 GB of available disk space1.5 GB of available disk space – Video adapter capable of Super VGA (800 ×Video adapter capable of Super VGA (800 × 600) resolution600) resolution
  22. Preparing to Install Windows XPPreparing to Install Windows XP Gather network detailsGather network details IP address and subnet maskIP address and subnet mask The name of your workgroup or domainThe name of your workgroup or domain Check hardware and softwareCheck hardware and software compatibilitycompatibility Back up your data files and systemBack up your data files and system settingsetting Disable antivirus software and otherDisable antivirus software and other system utilitiessystem utilities
  23. Three installation StrategiesThree installation Strategies Clean installClean install UpgradeUpgrade Side-by-side (multiboot) installationSide-by-side (multiboot) installation
  24. Three installation StrategiesThree installation Strategies Clean installClean install – Erase a partition and install XP on itErase a partition and install XP on it – Stable and simple, the most commonStable and simple, the most common methodmethod
  25. Three installation StrategiesThree installation Strategies Upgrade PathsUpgrade Paths – You can upgrade to Windows XP HomeYou can upgrade to Windows XP Home Edition or Professional from Windows 98Edition or Professional from Windows 98 or Windows Meor Windows Me – You can also upgrade to Windows XPYou can also upgrade to Windows XP Professional from Windows NTProfessional from Windows NT Workstation 4 (Service Pack 6), WindowsWorkstation 4 (Service Pack 6), Windows 2000 Professional, or Windows XP Home2000 Professional, or Windows XP Home EditionEdition See link Ch 2a on my Web page: samsclass.infoSee link Ch 2a on my Web page: samsclass.info
  26. Three installation StrategiesThree installation Strategies Upgrading preserves installed software andUpgrading preserves installed software and settings, but often creates an unstablesettings, but often creates an unstable systemsystem After the upgrade:After the upgrade: – Reset passwords for migrated user accountsReset passwords for migrated user accounts – Run the Network Setup WizardRun the Network Setup Wizard – Check that all essential programs and devicesCheck that all essential programs and devices work properlywork properly – Consider upgrading your system drive to NTFSConsider upgrading your system drive to NTFS – Save your Administrator passwordSave your Administrator password
  27. Three installation StrategiesThree installation Strategies Side-by-side (multiboot) installationSide-by-side (multiboot) installation – Install Windows XP on a separate partitionInstall Windows XP on a separate partition – Choose theChoose the OS each timeOS each time you start upyou start up – Install theInstall the OS versionsOS versions inin chronologicalchronological orderorder
  28. BIOS UpgradesBIOS Upgrades If, during setup, some peripherals don’tIf, during setup, some peripherals don’t work properly:work properly: – Update your system BIOSUpdate your system BIOS – To find out whether an update is available,To find out whether an update is available, check with the manufacturer of yourcheck with the manufacturer of your computer or its motherboardcomputer or its motherboard – For BIOS info, see link Ch 2sFor BIOS info, see link Ch 2s Use the BIOS setup program to selectUse the BIOS setup program to select the “non–Plug and Play operatingthe “non–Plug and Play operating system” optionsystem” option
  29. Four Steps of a Clean InstallFour Steps of a Clean Install 1. File copy1. File copy – Puts Windows Setup files to a folder onPuts Windows Setup files to a folder on hard disk (not performed for CDhard disk (not performed for CD installations)installations)
  30. Four Steps of a Clean InstallFour Steps of a Clean Install 2. Text mode setup2. Text mode setup – Select (and if necessary, create andSelect (and if necessary, create and format) the partition you want to use forformat) the partition you want to use for the Windows XP system files.the Windows XP system files.
  31. Four Steps of a Clean InstallFour Steps of a Clean Install 3. GUI mode setup3. GUI mode setup – Regional settings, product key, computerRegional settings, product key, computer name, and administrator password.name, and administrator password. 4. Windows Welcome4. Windows Welcome – Create user accounts and activateCreate user accounts and activate WindowsWindows
  32. Performing a Clean InstallPerforming a Clean Install Boot from the Windows XP CDBoot from the Windows XP CD – If your system doesn’t allow booting fromIf your system doesn’t allow booting from a CD, download the Windows XP setupa CD, download the Windows XP setup disk file fromdisk file from www.microsoft.com/downloads and use itwww.microsoft.com/downloads and use it to create a set of bootable floppy disks orto create a set of bootable floppy disks or – Start your computer from a WindowsStart your computer from a Windows 98/Me emergency boot disk; then use the98/Me emergency boot disk; then use the CD or installation files copied to anotherCD or installation files copied to another partitionpartition
  33. Location of Windows XPLocation of Windows XP System FilesSystem Files On a clean install, C:Windows (or theOn a clean install, C:Windows (or the other drive you chose)other drive you chose) On an upgrade, Setup uses the currentOn an upgrade, Setup uses the current %WinDir% — C:Winnt or C:Windows%WinDir% — C:Winnt or C:Windows
  34. PartitionsPartitions On most machines, the whole C drive isOn most machines, the whole C drive is one big partition with Windows XP,one big partition with Windows XP, applications, and the user's dataapplications, and the user's data sharing itsharing it – It's a good practice to put Windows andIt's a good practice to put Windows and applications on one partition and theapplications on one partition and the user's data on a second oneuser's data on a second one – For multiboot systems like the ones inFor multiboot systems like the ones in S214, there are separate partitions for eachS214, there are separate partitions for each operating systemoperating system
  35. Installation LogsInstallation Logs Setuperr.log in the %SystemRoot%Setuperr.log in the %SystemRoot% folder (normally C:Windows)folder (normally C:Windows) – Lists any errors and warnings thatLists any errors and warnings that occurred during setupoccurred during setup – For more information, run Winnt32.exeFor more information, run Winnt32.exe with the /Debug switchwith the /Debug switch There are several other logs (see pageThere are several other logs (see page 25)25)
  36. Avoiding Dual-Boot DisastersAvoiding Dual-Boot Disasters Do not install two or more versions ofDo not install two or more versions of Windows on a single partition, becauseWindows on a single partition, because – The two systems share the same registryThe two systems share the same registry – Executable files and dynamic link librariesExecutable files and dynamic link libraries for are different for Win 95/98/Me and Winfor are different for Win 95/98/Me and Win NT/2000/XPNT/2000/XP – A program won’t work properly in at leastA program won’t work properly in at least one Windows versionone Windows version
  37. Avoiding Dual-Boot DisastersAvoiding Dual-Boot Disasters – Program preferences, options, andProgram preferences, options, and settings you’ve chosen in one operatingsettings you’ve chosen in one operating system don’t show up when you use thesystem don’t show up when you use the other operating systemother operating system – If you uninstall an application, it will stillIf you uninstall an application, it will still appear in the other OS, but it won't workappear in the other OS, but it won't work
  38. Command-Line Setup SwitchesCommand-Line Setup Switches for Winnt32.exefor Winnt32.exe /checkupgradeonly/checkupgradeonly – Runs the Upgrade Advisor without installingRuns the Upgrade Advisor without installing Windows XPWindows XP /cmdcons/cmdcons – Adds the Recovery Console to the Windows XPAdds the Recovery Console to the Windows XP startup menustartup menu /udf:ID[,UDB_file]/udf:ID[,UDB_file] – Identifies a Uniqueness Database (UDB) file forIdentifies a Uniqueness Database (UDB) file for Automated InstallationAutomated Installation /unattend[:answer_file]/unattend[:answer_file] – Used for unattended SetupUsed for unattended Setup
  39. Windows Product ActivationWindows Product Activation (WPA)(WPA) Within 30 days of installing WindowsWithin 30 days of installing Windows XP, you must activate the softwareXP, you must activate the software – by Internet or phoneby Internet or phone Activation is not registrationActivation is not registration – The activation process is completelyThe activation process is completely anonymousanonymous A message will pop up reminding youA message will pop up reminding you to activate, or you can click Start, Allto activate, or you can click Start, All Programs, Accessories, System Tools,Programs, Accessories, System Tools, Activate WindowsActivate Windows
  40. Windows Product ActivationWindows Product Activation (WPA)(WPA) You’re allowed to reinstall Windows anYou’re allowed to reinstall Windows an unlimited number of times on the sameunlimited number of times on the same hardware.hardware. Multiple hardware upgrades mayMultiple hardware upgrades may require you to reactivate Windowsrequire you to reactivate Windows Copies of Windows XP sold with newCopies of Windows XP sold with new computers may be exempt from WPAcomputers may be exempt from WPA Volume License Installations are alsoVolume License Installations are also exempt from WPA requirementsexempt from WPA requirements
  41. Automated Setup OptionsAutomated Setup Options UnattendedUnattended setupsetup – Uses a batch fileUses a batch file and a scriptand a script (called an(called an answer file)answer file) SysprepSysprep RemoteRemote InstallationInstallation Services (RIS)Services (RIS)
  42. Automated Setup OptionsAutomated Setup Options Disk imaging (also calledDisk imaging (also called cloningcloning oror sysprep setupsysprep setup)) – Set up Windows on a sample computerSet up Windows on a sample computer – Run the System Preparation utilityRun the System Preparation utility (Sysprep.exe), which removes the Security(Sysprep.exe), which removes the Security identifier (SID)identifier (SID) – Then use a disk cloning program such asThen use a disk cloning program such as Symantec Ghost to copy the entireSymantec Ghost to copy the entire partition to a new computerpartition to a new computer – When it starts up, it runs a Mini-SetupWhen it starts up, it runs a Mini-Setup programprogram
  43. Remote Installation ServicesRemote Installation Services (RIS)(RIS) Automatically installs Windows XPAutomatically installs Windows XP from Windows 2000 Servers orfrom Windows 2000 Servers or Windows 2003 ServersWindows 2003 Servers – Requires Active Directory, DNS, andRequires Active Directory, DNS, and DHCP, which are only commonly used onDHCP, which are only commonly used on large company networkslarge company networks
  44. Deployment ToolsDeployment Tools In the SupportToolsDeploy.cabIn the SupportToolsDeploy.cab file on the Windows XP CDfile on the Windows XP CD Setupmgr.exeSetupmgr.exe – Setup Manager Wizard used forSetup Manager Wizard used for creating answer filescreating answer files Sysprep.exeSysprep.exe – Used for creating and deploying diskUsed for creating and deploying disk images (don't run it on a computerimages (don't run it on a computer that is being used)that is being used) Demonstration of Setup ManagerDemonstration of Setup Manager
  45. Slipstreaming Service PacksSlipstreaming Service Packs Your Windows XP CD probably doesYour Windows XP CD probably does not include the latest Service Packsnot include the latest Service Packs Slipstreaming lets you incorporate aSlipstreaming lets you incorporate a service pack into the installation file soservice pack into the installation file so new installations made from thenew installations made from the modified files include the service packmodified files include the service pack
  46. Moving Windows Settings andMoving Windows Settings and FilesFiles If you upgrade to Windows XPIf you upgrade to Windows XP – Your data and programs should surviveYour data and programs should survive Setup intactSetup intact If you do a clean install, or get a newIf you do a clean install, or get a new computer, you can move your settingscomputer, you can move your settings with FAST or USMTwith FAST or USMT
  47. Moving Windows Settings andMoving Windows Settings and FilesFiles Files And SettingsFiles And Settings Transfer WizardTransfer Wizard (FAST)(FAST) – Moves one userMoves one user account at a timeaccount at a time – Start, All Programs,Start, All Programs, Accessories, System ToolsAccessories, System Tools User State MigrationUser State Migration Tool (USMT)Tool (USMT) – Can only be used onCan only be used on domain, can movedomain, can move many accountsmany accounts – See link Ch 2mSee link Ch 2m
  48. File and Settings TransferFile and Settings Transfer Wizard (FAST)Wizard (FAST) Moves the data using eitherMoves the data using either – A direct connection with a cable betweenA direct connection with a cable between two computerstwo computers – By saving your settings to a fileBy saving your settings to a file Saves:Saves: – Desktop settings,Desktop settings, – Internet settingsInternet settings – E-mailE-mail – Application settingsApplication settings – Files and foldersFiles and folders
  49. Accessibility OptionsAccessibility Options Helpful for persons with vision,Helpful for persons with vision, hearing, or mobility impairments.hearing, or mobility impairments. Start, All Programs, Accessories,Start, All Programs, Accessories, AccessibilityAccessibility – MagnifierMagnifier Enlarges part of the screenEnlarges part of the screen – NarratorNarrator Reads text aloudReads text aloud – On-Screen KeyboardOn-Screen Keyboard Lets you type with a pointing deviceLets you type with a pointing device
  50. Java Virtual MachineJava Virtual Machine Allows Java applets to run in a browserAllows Java applets to run in a browser – Java applets are used on many Web sitesJava applets are used on many Web sites – Because of a longstanding legal disputeBecause of a longstanding legal dispute between Microsoft and Sun, the Microsoftbetween Microsoft and Sun, the Microsoft Java Virtual Machine was removed fromJava Virtual Machine was removed from Windows XP Service Pack 1a and laterWindows XP Service Pack 1a and later The best thing is to get the machineThe best thing is to get the machine from Sunfrom Sun – See links Ch 2t, Ch 2u, and Ch 2v on mySee links Ch 2t, Ch 2u, and Ch 2v on my Web pageWeb page
  51. Customizing Multiboot MenusCustomizing Multiboot Menus Start, right-click MyStart, right-click My Computer,Computer, Properties,Properties, AdvancedAdvanced In the Startup AndIn the Startup And Recovery section,Recovery section, click Settingsclick Settings
  52. Customizing Multiboot MenusCustomizing Multiboot Menus Or edit Boot.ini directly (be careful –Or edit Boot.ini directly (be careful – errors can stop your machine fromerrors can stop your machine from booting up)booting up)
  53. Overview of the Startup ProcessOverview of the Startup Process POSTPOST – Power-On Self TestPower-On Self Test MBRMBR – BIOS then reads the master boot record (MBR)—BIOS then reads the master boot record (MBR)— the first sector on the first hard disk—andthe first sector on the first hard disk—and transfers control to the code in the MBRtransfers control to the code in the MBR Boot SectorBoot Sector – The MBR reads the boot sector—the first sector ofThe MBR reads the boot sector—the first sector of the system partition—which starts Ntldr, thethe system partition—which starts Ntldr, the bootstrap loader for Windows XPbootstrap loader for Windows XP
  54. Overview of the Startup ProcessOverview of the Startup Process System PartitionSystem Partition – Must contain Ntldr, Ntdetect.com andMust contain Ntldr, Ntdetect.com and Boot.ini. Ntldr reads the Boot.ini file, andBoot.ini. Ntldr reads the Boot.ini file, and displays the boot menu.displays the boot menu. Error in the book on page 73: these files are inError in the book on page 73: these files are in thethe systemsystem partition, not thepartition, not the activeactive partition.partition. See link Ch 2v on my Web pageSee link Ch 2v on my Web page
  55. Overview of the Startup ProcessOverview of the Startup Process Ntdetect.comNtdetect.com – After you select Windows XP from the bootAfter you select Windows XP from the boot menu, Ntldr runs Ntdetect.com to gathermenu, Ntldr runs Ntdetect.com to gather information about the currently installedinformation about the currently installed hardware.hardware. Boot.iniBoot.ini – Ntldr then uses the Advanced RISCNtldr then uses the Advanced RISC Computing (ARC) path specified in Boot.iniComputing (ARC) path specified in Boot.ini to find the boot partition—the one whereto find the boot partition—the one where Windows XP is installed.Windows XP is installed.
  56. Overview of the Startup ProcessOverview of the Startup Process KernelKernel – The Windows XP kernel is in two files:The Windows XP kernel is in two files: Ntoskrnl.exe and Hal.dll. Both files mustNtoskrnl.exe and Hal.dll. Both files must be located in the %SystemRootbe located in the %SystemRoot %System32 folder (in the boot partition)%System32 folder (in the boot partition)
  57. Overview of the Startup ProcessOverview of the Startup Process RegistryRegistry – Ntldr then loads the registry, hardwareNtldr then loads the registry, hardware profile, and device drivers.profile, and device drivers. Log OnLog On – Ntoskrnl.exe takes over and startsNtoskrnl.exe takes over and starts Winlogon.exe, which in turn startsWinlogon.exe, which in turn starts Lsass.exe (Local Security Administration),Lsass.exe (Local Security Administration), the program that allows you to log on withthe program that allows you to log on with your user name and password.your user name and password.
  58. Modifying Boot.iniModifying Boot.ini Because this file is set with the hiddenBecause this file is set with the hidden and system attributes, it doesn’tand system attributes, it doesn’t ordinarily appear in Windows Explorer;ordinarily appear in Windows Explorer; to edit it, use either of theseto edit it, use either of these techniques:techniques: – Start, Run, enter c:boot.ini.Start, Run, enter c:boot.ini. – Open System in Control Panel, click theOpen System in Control Panel, click the Advanced tab, click the Settings buttonAdvanced tab, click the Settings button under Startup And Recovery, and click theunder Startup And Recovery, and click the Edit button in the System Startup section.Edit button in the System Startup section.
  59. Adding the Recovery ConsoleAdding the Recovery Console The Recovery Console is a no-frillsThe Recovery Console is a no-frills command-line environment that youcommand-line environment that you can use to recover from serious startupcan use to recover from serious startup problems. It looks like DOS.problems. It looks like DOS.
  60. Adding the Recovery ConsoleAdding the Recovery Console You can run the Recovery Console byYou can run the Recovery Console by booting directly from the Windows XPbooting directly from the Windows XP CD, or add it as a startup option onCD, or add it as a startup option on your boot menu.your boot menu.
  61. Adding the Recovery ConsoleAdding the Recovery Console To add Recovery Console as a startupTo add Recovery Console as a startup option on your boot menu.option on your boot menu. – Insert the Windows XP CD into your drive.Insert the Windows XP CD into your drive. – At a command prompt, typeAt a command prompt, type dd:i386winnt32.exe /cmdcons:i386winnt32.exe /cmdcons (replacing(replacing dd withwith the letter of your CD drive)the letter of your CD drive) – This does not work on machines that wereThis does not work on machines that were upgraded to Service Pack 2upgraded to Service Pack 2 See Link Ch 2w on my Web pageSee Link Ch 2w on my Web page

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