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Recovering from a BSD

By zlitocook ·
I have had two so far but with reboot it had fixed itself. I would like to hear tips and tricks for when it wont fix itself. If you dont have a ERD or enough space to load a second NT to access the other. What can you do to access an NTFS partition if you can not boot to it?

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by zlitocook In reply to Recovering from a BSD

I read all the time that the admin. or tech. saved the day by reloading the video driver or some such. But if you can not get into NT how do they do this?

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by maxwell edison In reply to Recovering from a BSD

Cut and paste these links into your browser for information on troubleshooting and resolving those dreaded blue screens of death.

http://www.ntbrad.com/bsod.htm

http://www.channel4000.com/sh/technology/thehelpmenu/national-technology-thehelpmenu-990916-101515.html

http://www.smartcomputing.com/editorial/article.asp?article=articles%2Farchive%2Fl0611%2F32l11%2F32l11%2Easp

(REMOVE SPACES from the pasted URLs.)

Good luck,

Maxwell

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by zlitocook In reply to Recovering from a BSD

This was the most helpful. thanks

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by Joseph Moore In reply to Recovering from a BSD

Well, try an NT boot floppy. Copy the following files to a blank floppy:

NTLDR
NTDETECT.COM
BOOT.INI
NTBOOTDD.SYS - only if the computer has a SCSI hard drive.

MOdify the BOOT.INI file to match the ARC path of the computer you want to use it with.

Power on with the floppy in it.

Hope this helps.

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by zlitocook In reply to Recovering from a BSD

I know how to make a boot disk I was looking for other ways to fix or tips or tricks. sorry

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by dcerrato In reply to Recovering from a BSD

Depends on the specific cause of the BSD.
I had one user come to me about a BSD they were getting on an NT workstation.
I took a look at the screen, turned it off opened the case, replaced the RAM, and Bingo! no more BSD!

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