Run Windows XP without Monitor and Keyboard and Mouse

Posted on 2006-10-26
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Last Modified: 2008-02-01
How I can run Windows XP without Monitor and Keyboard and Mouse???

Please give the instruction step by step (if you know how)

Thank you
Question by:IbrahimSA
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sunnycoder earned 1000 total points
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Hi IbrahimSA,

You would need some meachnism to control the machine. This can be easily achieved using remote desktop connection. Once you have enabled remote connections on a machine, you wont need monitor, keyboard or mouse for that machine.

Here are tutorials for the same

Altenratively, ou can also use tools like Ultra VNC, tight VNC etc. for achieveing the same

In case

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simpswr earned 1000 total points
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Go into BIOS, change the "Stop on Error" option to none, reboot and use remote desktop as suggested above.

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