Recovery Console in Windows® XP
Are you interested to explore the features of Recovery Console, its benefits and installation issues in your Windows® XP system?
Windows® XP recovery console is an tool to help user to restore his or her operating system either when the computer cannot be started correctly, or when it is not starting at all. However, this method of recovery is recommended for the advanced users by Microsoft®. In this section however, the features, benefits, and installation issues of the Windows® XP recovery console are explored.
- Features of the Windows® XP Recovery Console
- Benefits of the Windows® XP Recovery Console
- Installation issues of the Windows® XP Recovery Console
Features of the Windows® XP Recovery Console
Features of the Windows® XP recovery console are innumerable. It has the command prompt, command actions, rules and eventually ways by which to remove and install it. With Recovery Console the user is mainly working at an exclusive command prompt. In addition, a recovery console possesses its own command interpreter. Moreover, there are enormous command actions provided and rules for several environment issues involved when operating Recovery Console. The user can as well have the option of deleting it. There is an option when installing the recovery console during an unattended installation; in such cases the user must use the special section of the unattended file text.
Benefits of the Windows® XP Recovery Console
Benefits of the Windows® XP Recovery Console are unlimited. The user can easily enable or disable the services as well as format drives; the user can write data on local drive this includes the drives that are being formatted in order to utilize NTFS file system. The user can perform any other tasks related to administration. It is useful if the user wants to repair the computer by copying a file from disk or CD-ROM to hard disk. Moreover, it can be used if the user has to re configure a service that is not allowing the compute to start correctly . If the user cannot start up the computer then he has to simply run Recovery Console from Microsoft ® Windows® start up disk or Windows® XP CD Rom.
Microsoft ® has recommended that Windows® XP Recovery Console has to be utilized only in the safe mode or only if the other options of startup are not working. It has to be essentially used by an advanced user since it has many basic commands that have to be identified in order to locate the problem drives and files properly. It has to be installed by an administrator, after restarting Windows®. The Recovery Console option has to be selected from the list of Operating Systems that are available during startup. It has to be installed on an important serve plus IT personal workstations or UNC that is Universal Naming Convention, which is an established connection to be used for installing Recovery Console from a share point network.