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Windows IT Pro Guest Blogs Veeam All Sponsored Blogs Advertisement Join the Conversation Get answers to questions, share tips, and engage with the IT professional community at myITforum. Login with as you normally would with your regular username and password. In order for us to be on the same wavelength, use Method >1 found in this article to make new one (but do not write protect the disc): Since the W2K Please join our friendly community by clicking the button below - it only takes a few seconds and is totally free. navigate here

Enable both of these policies. If you followed the procedure I previously posted, your first NTFS >partition (formerly C) will be mounted as H. Problem is that i still can't run >> chkdsk on the drive. I could then use the MS-DOS interface to access my FAT and NTFS partitions in the same way. More about the author

Guest Hi All, I'm looking for a method to create a windows xp boot disk that will boot to a command prompt and enable me to read an NTFS hdd. Cindy Parker, Sep 8, 2010, in forum: Windows XP General Replies: 2 Views: 836 Pegasus [MVP] Sep 8, 2010 Loading... Just click the sign up button to choose a username and then you can ask your own questions on the forum. The reason I ask is that when >you boot up using a Win98 boot disk, your Win2K partition will not be drive >C.

When I tried my buddy's copy of NTFSPRO which worked on his system it did not see the physical C but it did see the physical D and E. So any method thus far bar booting to a command prompt hasn't worked. , Feb 7, 2005 #12 Guest Windows Version: WindowsXP Type of Computer: Laptop Data: want to save You'll be able to ask any tech support questions, or chat with the community and help others. jmblack256 Members Profile Send Private Message Find Members Posts Add to Buddy List Newbie Joined: 23 January 2006 Location: United States Status: Offline Points: 11 Post Options Post Reply Quotejmblack256 Report

Do this by typing cd \winnt\system32\config [ENTER] If you you receive an error, try using this cd \windows\system32\config [ENTER] Copy the SAM database file to the floppy using this command copy PC Review Home Newsgroups > Windows 2000 > Microsoft Windows 2000 > Home Home Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Articles Articles Quick Sign up now! http://forum.sysinternals.com/ntfspro-browse-switch_topic3985.html If you have administrative rights on the machine, you can run SAMInside and have it aquire the password hashes from the registry.

Please try the request again. I am about to buy myself a brand new system and I am not even going to get a floppy drive, just an LS120 drive (the LS120 drive can read normal Another friend got me through the install of the recovery console when he got fed up trying to get to the c drive via NTFSDOS or NTFSPRO. S.T.A.R.S., Mar 30, 2010 #5 fabrikant New Member Messages: 7 This is exactly what surprises me the most.

It totally bypassed C. > > When in the bios I removed the D and E drives the program returned the > message that there were no NTFS volumes on the I receive "out of interupt stacks" Is there anyway round this, is this a common problem? It will mount each NTFS drive it finds with a unique DOS drive letter. By default NTFSCHK runs in read-only mode, just as the regular CHKDSK does.

Let me know if you want to proceed in this manner. -- Hope this helps..Reply in newsgroup only. check over here What type of humor would racist and sexist jokes be categorized into? "as rich as him", "as rich as he" or "as rich as he is" Did Donald Trump exclude Muslim Thanks. You can put it on a floppy disk or CD and boot up the machine with it and reset any user's password.

A typical Config.sys file looks something like this: device=himem.sys /testmem ff files=60 buffers=20 dos=high,umb stacks=9,256 lastdrive=z devicehigh=oakcdrom.sys /D emcd001 Hope this helps ------------------ Reuel Miller Windows NT Moderator (yes, that does Hello and welcome to PC Review. However, no matter > whether using the read only version of the read/write version all > cases did not see the "c drive". > > > >If you really must delete http://webadapt.org/advice-offered/advice-offered-nn-and-ras.php Eric McGillicudy "young" <> wrote in message news:... > Eric, hi once more , > > Ok here is the latest.

If you need to reset the password on a machine that is a domain controller, check out this how-to. It totally bypassed C. Unmark Solved Advertisement ren Guest Thread Starter I have come across an annoying problem with ntfspro.

Please tell me which file from existing Windows XP Professional I have to copy on diskette and what commands I need to add to autoexec.bat and config.sys file.

Windows 2000 and XP double-encrypt the password, and, to my knowledge, SAMInside is the only utilty that can decrypt it. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? If that's still your goal, I have to ask the obvious: Why can't you delete the files and folders in Windows, using Windows Explorer? Rock, Feb 8, 2005 #18 Rodger_B Guest Hi Rock - I thought that our friend may not have a Bart's PE Builder CD.

Keep in mind that if the computer is part of a domain, and auditing is turned on, an administrator may be able to detect someone has logged in as Administrator on from a land down under - Sydney, Australia. NTFSDOS Professional is capable of using up to 64MB of physical memory for caching and other operations. weblink It mounted these drives as C and D.

Tests on a system running Win2K Professional Release Candidate 2 (RC2) provided identical results. from a land down under - Sydney, Australia. In that case, you'll need to download SAMInside. When I do a dir on the physical D and E I do see the directories and files in the root with the correct names and attributes.

fabrikant, Mar 30, 2010 #6 tremmor Well-Known Member Messages: 6,448 won't work with 64 bit for one thing. The image will be written to the floppy. Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc. Insert this command in the autoexec.bat file: ntfsdos /L:hij When your system boots up, you'll have A=floppy, C=RAM disc, D=CD-ROM, and your NTFS partitions will be H, I, & J.

Does this help? > >Help me, help you. fabrikant, Mar 30, 2010 #1 maceman New Member Messages: 107 Check out from BIOS, what is your boot device. Then, I ran NTFSDOS Pro from the 3.5" disk. I then made an MS-DOS boot disk and used it to boot to the MS-DOS prompt.

If the computer is a member of the domain, the domain should be set to [Computer Name] (this computer). But that does not matter since our autoexec.bat file requests ntfsdos to assign the letters to the three hard drives as g, h and i. > >You should then be able To add your user account to the local Administrators group, In the right-hand column, double-click Groups > Administrators and use the Add... You can change the default behavior of NTFSDOS Professional by specifying one or more command line options.