|08 Jul 2009||#1|
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Can you boot from the command line?
This is an off topic thread because it concerns WinXP/2000 dual boot machine which are not booting. I can get to the Windows\ and Winnt command line of each but trying to figure out if I can boot from there.
If I try to boot regularly I get "missing operating system" Im trying the Windows 2000 disk and the repair option. It asks me to choose which 2000 instalation to repair, I choose and then it just takes me to D:\WINNT. I can view files and such with the dir command but can I boot from here?
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