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Needed files to boot Windows

Posted on 2013-10-31
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Is somebody having a graphic with filenames, services and other stuff needed to boot Windows (Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8 and 8.1).
I need one to teach our junior System Engineers.

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Here is one I was able to find for Vista:

http://quizlet.com/7031649/software-components-and-files-needed-to-start-windows-vista-flash-cards/#

What is your goal in teaching them this? It seems like a waste of time to me because troubleshooting the individual issues could lead them down roads that will waste a lot of time in some cases.
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What is your goal in teaching them this? It seems like a waste of time to me because troubleshooting the individual issues could lead them down roads that will waste a lot of time in some cases.

I completely agree with you. But I was asked to explan it to them.
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Interesting. You are almost asking for something the Windows developers will need to explain :)

I wish I could be of more help. You could spend this time setting up an WDS server or creating monitors so they would never need to know these things.
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