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Chapter 2.5. The Boot Process > The Normal Boot Process

The Normal Boot Process

The Windows 2000 boot process is a complex, configurable sequence of events that can be configured and optimized like any other part of the operating system. A clear understanding of the boot process is essential for server maintenance and troubleshooting.

In the Windows 2000 startup process, you can configure the following:


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