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Migration from 0s/2 to win 2000 server

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Pl. inform the steps/pitfalls in migrating from from 0s/2 to win2000


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Ummm, there is no migration.
Wipe and start from scratch, repartition and install to a second partition, add another HDD, or build a new PC with 2K as the OS.
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