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System Restore is not a backup feature and does not replace Backup. System Restore saves registry information and incremental changes to monitored files. System Restore does not save personal data. In addition, System Restore requires that you be able to start Windows XP Professional in safe or normal mode. You must use Backup or ASR to recover from data loss caused by hard disk related damage that prevents you from starting the operating system in safe mode, normal mode, or Recovery Console.
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If problems occur soon after you install an application, you can use Add or Remove Programs in Control Panel to remove the application. You can then focus your efforts on searching for an update or workaround that might permanently resolve the problem. Software conflicts can cause problems with other software or cause hardware to behave unpredictably or stop responding. For example, after installing an incompatible CD-ROM mastering application, you cannot shut down your system properly. You observe that the problem is consistent, and you decide to uninstall the application. After removing the CD-mastering software, you can successfully shut down the computer. You search for a Windows XP Professional specific update on the manufacturer s Web site and find that reinstalling the application and applying the update resolves the problem. To uninstall an application 1. Do one of the following:
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In Control Panel, click Add or Remove Programs. In the Run dialog box, type appwiz.cpl, and then click OK.
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2. Under Currently installed programs, click an application to uninstall. 3. Click Change/Remove, and confirm or cancel the uninstall process. Uninstalling software might not always resolve the problem. However, it does eliminate a possible cause, and it reduces the number of variables to consider while troubleshooting. For more information about adding or removing programs, see Windows XP Professional Help and Support Center.
Recovery Console
Recovery Console is a character-mode environment that you can run directly from the Windows XP Professional operating system CD or install as a startup option. Unlike normal or safe mode, the Windows graphical user interface (GUI) is not available within Recovery Console. Recovery Console provides a set of commands for advanced users who are comfortable working outside the Windows GUI environment.
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If you cannot start Windows XP Professional in safe mode or normal mode, Recovery Console allows you to perform many troubleshooting and maintenance tasks, such as disabling problem drivers and services that you suspect are causing startup problems. Recovery Console is separate from the command-line Cmd.exe shell and grants limited access to local NTFS and file allocation table (FAT) formatted volumes. For more information about using Recovery Console to troubleshoot startup and disk problems, see 29 Troubleshooting the Startup Process, and 28 Troubleshooting Disks and File Systems, in this book.
Installing and Using Recovery Console
Before you install Recovery Console, you need to be aware of the following disk and file system limitations. Recovery Console is sensitive to file-system changes If you install Recovery Console to a hard disk that uses the FAT file system, converting to NTFS causes Recovery Console to stop functioning. You must reinstall Recovery Console after converting to NTFS. Recovery Console limitations on dynamic disks Certain Recovery Console limitations exist for dynamic disks. For more information, see article 227364, Dynamic Volumes Are Not Displayed Accurately in Text-Mode Setup or Recovery Console, in the Microsoft Knowledge Base. To find this article, see the Microsoft Knowledge Base link on the Web Resources page at http://www.microsoft.com/windows/reskits/webresources. Installing Recovery Console You can start Recovery Console directly from the Windows XP Professional operating system CD or install it on the hard disk as a startup option. Warning
To enable your system to start from the Windows XP Professional operating system CD you might need to change the device boot order settings stored in firmware. For more information about changing boot order settings, see 29, Troubleshooting the Startup Process, in this book.
To start Recovery Console from the Windows XP Professional operating system CD 1. Restart the computer by using the Windows XP Professional operating system CD. 2. Wait for the Windows XP Professional Setup program to display the Welcome to Setup screen (this might take a few moments). Choose To repair a Windows XP Professional installation by pressing R. 3. Type the number corresponding to the Windows XP Professional installation that you want to use, and then press ENTER. You must type a number when prompted, even if only a single Windows XP Professional installation exists. If you press ENTER without typing a number, Windows XP Professional restarts the computer.
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