For more information about other Setup problems, see the Setup.txt file in the Win9X folder of your Windows ME CD. If you encounter any of these error messages while running Setup: - Invalid system disk - Incorrect MS-DOS version - Missing or corrupted Command.com it is likely that your computer's startup drive needs updated
Some of these NOS include Windows for Workgroups, Windows 95/98, Windows NT, and Novell. All the network cards that you buy should come with a 3.5” software disk where it includes drivers for different NOS. They should also have instructions on how to install them, but this hand out will help you understand and teach you how to install drivers. After installing your network card hardware in your computer, follow the instructions below to install the card’s software. 1.
The comput... ... middle of paper ... ...lity type “cleanmgr” in the run box from the start menu. Select the drive that you want to clean files from and “OK.” The system will search for files that can be deleted from the system. Click the box next to each option that you want and click “clean up system Files” A system scan will detect errors in the file system. Open up Computer from the start menu. Right click on the drive and select properties.
PWDump7.exe will be copied from the downloaded D2L file and pasted into C:WINDOWSsystem32. Once PWDump7.exe has been pasted into C:WINDOWSsystem32, the file will be ran through the command prompt. The command, “pwdump7 >> C:Log.txt” will be entered into the command prompt. This command states that the pwdump7.exe will run and send its output into a file name “Log.txt” on the C drive. The file contents consist of the hashes that make up the Windows XP passwords for this systems users.
The POST will test memory, video, fixed disks and CPU (central processing unit) for compatibility and to see if they function properly. Programs are started from ROM (read only memory) stored on the computer’s main board. The BIOS (basic input / output system) loads into the system’s memory and will access programs on disk drives or fixed disks. The operating system will be loaded from a disk drive or solid state drive using the Windows boot manager. The Operating system will continue the startup process with the Windows boot loader during a normal startup.
[English] PDREADME.TXT MATROX GRAPHICS INC. 2001.01.18 Matrox PowerDesk for Windows 2000 Revision 5.32.010 Contents ======== - Description of this release - Installation - More information - Notes, problems, and limitations Description of this release =========================== Matrox PowerDesk software includes a display driver and display utilities. With this software, you can take full advantage of your Matrox graphics hardware and you can access additional Matrox display-related features. Installation ============ To install Matrox PowerDesk, start the "setup" program included with it, then follow the on-screen instructions. The setup program will only install software if a Matrox graphics card model supported by the setup program is installed in your computer. More information ================ For more information on Matrox PowerDesk, see the help file included with it.
If Windows is already misbehaving and you can't make a boot floppy, insert your Windows 98 or Windows Me CD-ROM and reboot. Check the boot options section of your system's CMOS setup program to find out whether your PC supports CD-ROM boot-up. To open your CMOS setup program, restart your computer and press Delete, F1, F8, or whatever key your PC tells you to press to enter setup. If your system can boot from its CD-ROM, you'll see the same DOS prompt brought up by the boot floppy; the CD-ROM lacks many of the floppy's DOS utilities, however. Windows boot floppies contain useful DOS troubleshooting utilities, but they lack some of the key files you'll need to get your system up and running.
Manually Specified Ghost Multicast – Using this method you have to manually assign unique IP addresses for the Client PCs by using and configuring the wattcp.cfg file located on each Clients’ boot disk. Automatically Specified Ghost Multicast – This second method is by using Windows NT to automatically assign IP addresses to the Client PCs by the use of the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol, or DHCP, included in Windows NT ver. 4.00. Manually Specified Ghost Multicasting: Setting Up Ghost Server Disk 1. Prepare a boot disk that includes and loads the necessary network drivers and maps the disk images directory from the network.
1.2) Basic information about your computer 1.3) Temporary storage area for deleted files This location is called the recycle bin. It is situated on the desktop. Files that are deleted are sent here for temporary storage until either deleted permanently or recovered. 1.4) How to use the Windows Help function When not in an application push “F1” this will bring up the Windows help function. It will give help on phrases and keywords that the user types in the search bar.
Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition This document provides complementary or late-breaking information to supplement the Microsoft(R) Windows(R) Millennium Edition (Windows Me) documentation. HOW TO USE THIS DOCUMENT To view Display.txt on-screen in Notepad, maximize the Notepad window. To print Display.txt, open it in Notepad or another word processor, and then on the File menu, click Print. -------- CONTENTS -------- WINDOWS UPDATE WINDOWS 95 UPGRADES WINDOWS 95 DRIVERS CONVERTED TO VGA ADAPTER TYPE MONITOR TYPE REFRESH RATES DISPLAY PROBLEMS DYNAMIC COLOR CHANGE ANIMATED CURSORS IRQ CONFLICTS WITH PCI DISPLAY ADAPTERS MULTIPLE DISPLAY SUPPORT =============== WINDOWS UPDATE =============== Microsoft regularly makes updated drivers available on the Internet through Windows Update. Windows Me also includes additional drivers in the Drivers directory on the Windows Me CD.