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NT4 - rdisk /s

By realtek ·
When I run rdisk /s - the system goes through the procedures to collect information but does not bring up the format / save options - nothing is save to disk?

rdisk /s on all other nt4 sp6a servers here work ok. rdisk works without the /s option?

Danny

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by DLeduc In reply to NT4 - rdisk /s

I hope this helps:
Quoted from Microsoft's TechNet Web site
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article - 165711
Repair Disk Utility Cannot Save All Configuration Files
The information in this article applies to:
Microsoft Windows NT Workstation 3.5
Microsoft Windows NT Workstation 3.51
Microsoft Windows NT Workstation 4.0
Microsoft Windows NT Server 3.5
Microsoft Windows NT Server 3.51
Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.0

This article was previously published under Q165711
SYMPTOMS
The Repair Disk Utility may return the following errors:

Repair Disk Utility could not save all configuration files when using the Update Repair Info option.
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When you run RDISK with the -s parameter, no errors are displayed on the computer screenor entered into the event log. The Create Emergency Repair Disk option is not displayed, and the progress bar may be updated much faster than normal, (For example, in two seconds instead of one minute).
CAUSE
Possible causes of these errors include:
Insufficient access permissions to the %SystemRoot%\repair directory (you should have at least change permission: read, write, change, delete).
The file %SystemRoot%\Profiles\Default User\Ntuser.dat is inaccessible.
The drive containing thedirectory %SystemRoot%\repair lacks free space to hold the configuration files.
Last Reviewed: 8/9/2001
Keywords: kbenv kberrmsg kbprb kbsetup KB165711

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by Bazargan In reply to NT4 - rdisk /s

find the log on eventveiwer the go and find it on www.eventid.net

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