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By hyuanhang ·
My NT 4.0 server has inflect by the virus, and can not kill at the normal running model. How could I run my NT SERVER at "DOS" or "SAFE" boot model, just like Windows2000 server? Thanks anyway.

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by A. Square In reply to NT boot model

A couple of ways...

1. Normally WinNT brings up a menu allowing you to choose "2. Windows NT [VGA Mode]..." this is the equivalent of Safe Mode in Win9x

2. Another option is to create WinNT boot Disks (usually 3). Grab the NT CD go to another computer, and get to a command prompt. Change to the CD, go to \i386\ & run WINNT /OX (I might be off on the switch). This should ask you for 3 formatted floppies which you can use for booting, using the Emergency Repair Disk, &/or reinstalling...

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by A. Square In reply to NT boot model

A couple of ways...

1. Normally WinNT brings up a menu allowing you to choose "2. Windows NT [VGA Mode]..." this is the equivalent of Safe Mode in Win9x

2. Another option is to create WinNT boot Disks (usually 3). Grab the NT CD go to another computer, and get to a command prompt. Change to the CD, go to \i386\ & run WINNT /OX (I might be off on the switch). This should ask you for 3 formatted floppies which you can use for booting, using the Emergency Repair Disk, &/or reinstalling...

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