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HI,

Can anyone please kindly list down the most(critical) dlls files needed to load windows 2000 advance server

thanks
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by:Lee W, MVP
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What are you talking about...?  Can you provide a context?
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by:SysExpert
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USe the option to create a log file and they are all listed.

There are hundreds of critical DLL files !!
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by:Chipm0nk
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SysExpert is right.

Boot up and press f8 at the NT screen to enter the boot menu.  
From there you can select to create a bootlog file.  

This is the file SysExpert is referring to and it will list all of the files used in the load process.
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by:mysticaljoey
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hi,

i cant even boot to f8 as the system msg with fail to load needed dlls

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by:mysticaljoey
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leew,

i try to copy the neede dlls from one server to another as since the boot error msg is liek this "fail to load needed dll files"

regards
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by:Chipm0nk
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Boot your W2K install CD.
It should find your install.
One of the options is to run a "repair".  This should fix your install.

Be sure to reapply your latest SP once the repair is complete.
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by:mysticaljoey
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Chipm0nk,

is a w2k server, it wont repair

regards
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The only other way to recover is to run a parallel install.

Install your W2K to c:\tempnt\ for example.  Then once this install boots up and works, you can compare the dlls and copy over any missing or corrupted dlls.
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