Thủ Thuật Windows Office part 23

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Thủ Thuật Windows Office part 23

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You must boot the computer into Safe Mode and log in with the Administrator account, in order to see the Security tab. Thủ Thuật Windows Office part 23

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  1. cannot be disabled. You must boot the computer into Safe Mode and log in with the Administrator account, in order to see the Security tab. How do I install Windows® 98/Me after I've installed XP? (without 3rd party software) Necessary Criteria This procedure assumes that Windows XP is installed on drive C: No support is offered for other drive letters. Drive C: must be FAT16 or FAT32 to be able to install Windows 98/Me after XP is already installed. The 98/Me installation routine cannot write to an NTFS partition. You must have a second hard disk or partition formatted for FAT16/32 in order to be able to install Windows 98/Me. Installing 98/Me to the same partition as Windows XP is NOT RECOMMENDED! I recommend the use of a Windows 98/Me Startup disk for this procedure. If you don't have one, you can download the necessary files from http://www.bootdisk.com You should ensure that DEBUG.EXE is on your Startup disk. If it isn't, it can be copied from the Windows\Command folder. On a 98/Me Startup disk,
  2. created from Add/Remove Programs, its in the EBD.CAB file on the Startup disk. For a 98 Startup disk created from FAT32EBD.EXE its on the floppy Installing Windows® 98 1) Use a Win98/Me Startup disk (with CD support) to boot your computer. 2) Insert your Win98/Me CD into the CD Rom drive. 3) At the A: prompt type X:\Win98\Setup.exe (for Win98) or X:\Win9x\Setup.exe (for Win Me) where X: is your CD-ROM drive. 4) Proceed with the install. When prompted for the install location, you'll see C:\Windows.000. Choose Other directory and change this to the drive you wish to install 98/Me to and name the folder Windows (or something else if you prefer). 5) Complete the Win98/Me install. Allow the computer to boot into Win98/Me. Repairing the Windows® XP Boot Loader 1) Create a Win98/Me Startup Disk 2) Create a Notepad file with the following entries, exactly as shown:
  3. L 100 2 0 1 N C:\BOOTSECT.DOS R BX 0 R CX 200 W Q 3) Save the file to the Win98/Me Startup Disk as READ.SCR 4) Boot the computer with the Win98/Me Startup Disk and at the A: prompt type DEBUG
  4. and run WINNT.EXE from the I386 folder of your XP CD. 6) Insert your XP CD and boot from it. 7) You'll see some files being copied, then you'll be presented with a choice of installing or repairing an existing installation. Choose Repair. 8) You'll be asked which XP installation you want to log into. Enter 1. There is usually only one installation. 9) You'll be prompted for the Administrator password. For Home, the default password is blank, so just hit Enter. For Pro, enter the same password you did during setup for the Administrator account (this is not the same as the password for an Admin level account. It must be the Administrator account password). 10) At the C:\Windows prompt, type FIXBOOT. You'll be prompted to confirm. Do so. 11) When FIXBOOT is finished, remove the XP CD and type EXIT and the machine will reboot. Reconfigure your computer to boot from the hard drive if necessary. You will now get the XP Boot loader with your choice of operating systems. How do I install Windows 2000 after I've installed XP?
  5. (without 3rd party software) This procedure was performed on FAT32 drives. Install Windows 2000 1) Use a Win98/Me Startup disk (with CD support) to boot your computer. If you don't have one, you can download the files to make a boot disk at www.bootdisk.com 2) Insert your Windows 2000 CD into the CD Rom drive. 3) At the A: prompt type X:\I386\WINNT.EXE where X: is your CD-ROM drive. 4) Proceed with the install. Install Windows 2000 to a different partition than XP is installed in. 5) Complete the Windows install. Allow the computer to boot into Windows 2000. Repairing the Windows® XP Boot Loader NOTE: Some users have reported that Step 1 is not necessary, but in testing I found that it was. Since the C: drive is FAT32, you can use a 98/Me boot disk and skip Step 1, if you wish, but you may find that you need to do it anyway. Boot your computer with the Windows XP CD. When prompted to Setup or Repair, choose Repair.
  6. In the Recovery Console, enter the following commands. 1) FIXBOOT, answer Yes 2) CD \ 3) ATTRIB -H NTLDR 4) ATTRIB -S NTLDR 5) ATTRIB -R NTLDR 6) ATTRIB -H NTDETECT.COM 7) ATTRIB -S NTDETECT.COM 8) ATTRIB -R NTDETECT.COM 9) COPY X:\I386\NTLDR C:\ 10) COPY X:\I386\NTDETECT.COM C:\ In Steps 9 and 10, X is the letter of your CD-Rom drive. Lock your Desktop Press the Windows key and the L key (WinKey+L) at the same time. Additionally, you can create a new shortcut, with the following command line: rundll32.exe user32.dll,LockWorkStation  
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