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By teo ·
If the sam and security files are about larger than 1.44 MB size, can I still use rdisk /s to copy to a diskette ? Will it prompt for second disk ? If not, what are other way ?

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Hi!

As far as I know you can still use rdisk and it will ask for another disk.

Why don't you just try ?

/Hasse

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by ruturaj In reply to Saving User Id And Passwo ...

When the "SAM" & "Security" get larger than 1.44 megs it won't ask for the second diskette it will just save it to you local (System) drive. This is a known issue with NT because if the drive crashes boom you lose everything..........
p.s the path is %systemroot%\repair

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by sedeka2 In reply to Saving User Id And Passwo ...

As far as I know, It will not ask for a second disk but to do a RDISK without the floppy you can use rdisk /s- and it will copy the files to the repair folder(I think thats correct) and you may be able to export the contents of this folder to another location for safe keeping.

Good Luck
Chris

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