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Should my Server look the same after restoring system state

Posted on 2004-10-04
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Hi Experts

Just rebuilt my Windows 2000 server after a crash and managed to eventually restore the system state.

After i reboot i have lost all the drivers it seems as screen resolution etc has gone back to start, also processor is being eaten by winmgmt 98% and i cannot see active directory users and computers.

Although i do have to use the old password to login.

Been on this for 12 hours any help is appriciated.

Thanks

Clive

P.S. i have ran an SFC /scannow
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Zaheer Iqbal earned 500 total points
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Ok to what date has the system been restored too.
How did you restore the system state??
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Hi 1stITMAN

I have managed to fix myself thanks for the response!

as you are the only one to get back to me you can have the points!

Clive
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Thanks what did u do...
Put the input in the answer
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