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Chapter 13.  Backup, Recovery, and Repair > Create a bootable Windows 2000 disk

13.8. Create a bootable Windows 2000 disk

In some situations you might not be able to boot the system from the hard disk. For example, the Master Boot Record or Partition Boot Sector might be corrupted. Or a hardware problem is preventing the system from starting from the hard disk. Whatever the case, having a bootable system disk will help you begin to troubleshoot and recover the system.

Whether your system uses FAT/FAT32 or NTFS, you can create a diskette to boot the system in the event you can't boot from the hard disk. The process for creating the disk varies, however, depending on the filesystem(s) in use.


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