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Urgent!!! Running the Repair option on Win2K

Posted on 2006-06-16
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Hello,

I'm having some performance issues on this Win2k server (SP4), and I'm using the install CD and choosing the Repair option; choosing this option, I end up at a commad window "C:\winnt>"
What options should I run to address my issue? Is there a way for the Repair to run automatically?

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What are you talking about?  Ok, you've got into the Recovery Console... What is your issue?  There's no magical "fix it" command that fixes every problem you can possibly have.
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Nevermind; thank you.
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