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Chapter 13.  Backup, Recovery, and Repai... > Your only volume is NTFS and Windows...

13.9. Your only volume is NTFS and Windows 2000 won't boot

When your system uses FAT or FAT32 volumes you have some additional options for booting the system. You can use a bootable DOS or Windows 9x diskette to boot the system and potentially fix whatever is preventing the system from booting normally. When your only volume is NTFS, however, you need to use other methods to boot and troubleshoot the system.

13.9.1. Boot from a diskette

If your system isn't booting because of a problem with the boot sector, or if the system disk is on a different volume from the boot volume and the boot volume has failed, you need to use a Windows 2000 boot diskette to start the system. Just insert the diskette in the system and restart.


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