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fat32.sys could not be found

By isdn ·
I have Dell machine with NT Work Station SP3 installed.

When I boot my machine out from the Boot diskette, it asked to put NT Server disk #2. After putting the disk#2 and hit enter, I got "The file fat32.sys could not be found."

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by mkelley In reply to fat32.sys could not be fo ...

Sounds like you are trying to use the install disks to boot with. There is no such thing as a boot disk with NT like there is with Win95, although you can out together a type of boot disk to point to the good drive on a mirrored set when you hav a hard drive crash. The setup disks are doing exactly what they are supposed to. Also, you are running workstation, but from your description, you are using the NT Server setup disks which will not help you to repair your NT workstation installation if that is what you are trying to do. I would get your NT workstation CD and generate the three setup floppies from it, and then boot from disk #1 to go into the repair process. You can actually create those CDs on any PC just by putting the CD in and typing WINNT /OX.

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by isdn In reply to fat32.sys could not be fo ...

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why do you need to boot your machine from the boot disk anyways? if you need to reload it , then reload it,,

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