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Old 01-13-2008
rodeworrier
 

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Command line boot from CD/DVD
For someone who has half a clue how a computer works, sometimes for repair it
is sufficient to get the system booted to a command line from the install
disk, without any diversionary sidetracks. Just load the minimum drivers and
open the ******* command line and I can often take it from there.

To Microsoft; Sometimes I don't need your help and advise, I just need you
to step aside (i.e. get out of the way) and let me deal with things my way.


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Old 01-13-2008
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Re: Command line boot from CD/DVD
someone has had too much coffee

"rodeworrier" <rodeworrier@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:73E60E2B-7998-45CA-8F67-69263326D80B@microsoft.com...
> For someone who has half a clue how a computer works, sometimes for repair
> it
> is sufficient to get the system booted to a command line from the install
> disk, without any diversionary sidetracks. Just load the minimum drivers
> and
> open the ******* command line and I can often take it from there.
>
> To Microsoft; Sometimes I don't need your help and advise, I just need you
> to step aside (i.e. get out of the way) and let me deal with things my
> way.
>
>
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