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Ok question for my COMPTIA test today, I keep getting these wrong can someone outline for ME when exactly to use fix mbr and when to use fixboot and when you use bootcfg /rebuild??

I mean technically couldn't they all fix lets say a missing operating system error? Or NTLDR not found error? or Invalid system disk error?

Whats the best way to distinguish???
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Please focus on which OS you want as XP and Vista is not having the same commands.
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Then please explain for both.
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Vista summary of equivalent commands:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/dd367881.aspx
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I know how to use google and microsoft search guys I wanted some honest advice on this, and tips on how to remember each.

I passed either way 836/1000 and to celebrate will split points.

Thanks
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The information is there I was just looking for a more instructional, clean cut responce.
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Sorry it wasn't the answer you were looking for ... seeing as how you were going in for an exam, I assumed you would want the Microsoft verbiage/definition rather than a user/admin interpretation.  Don't be afraid to tell us what you're looking for :)

Congrats on passing!
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Thanks on to MCSA --- then MCSE!

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