Boot Ortamda Sistem Geri Yukleme

Boot Ortamda Sistem Geri Yukleme

1. Boot the Recovery Console from the Windows XP installation CD.

2. When you"re at the Recovery Console command prompt, change into the root directory of the system drive with the cd command (i.e., cd ).

3. Change into the System Volume Information directory by typing cd system~1 on most machines, or cd "System Volume Information."

(The filenames with ~1 are generated by default to provide backwards compatibility with programs that only recognize 8.3-format filenames. It"s possible to disable 8.3 filename generation on NTFS volumes to gain some speed, but the speed gained by doing this is generally pretty small and it can have the unintended consequence of making it impossible to use 8.3 filenames in contexts like this. If you can"t use 8.3 filenames to navigate, 8.3 name generation might be disabled. See Microsoft"s support document called How to Disable the 8.3 Name Creation on NTFS Partitions.

4. The System Volume Information directory contains a folder name _restore followed by a GUID in curly braces. Change into it by typing cd _resto~1; if that doesn"t work you"ll have to type cd "_restore{GUID_STRING}", with the full GUID string in place of GUID_STRING.

5. In the _restore directory are a group of subdirectories starting with the letters RP and followed by a number. These are the different restore points available for that volume.

6. Check the date on each directory and look for one that corresponds to a date before you began experiencing problems.

7. Change into the appropriate directory. If the directory is named RP74, for instance, change into it by typing RP74.

8. Inside that directory will be a subdirectory named snapshot; change into that directory as well (cd snapshot)

9. The snapshot directory holds backup copies of the SOFTWARE and SYSTEM Registry hives, named _REGISTRY_MACHINE_SOFTWARE and _REGISTRY_MACHINE_SYSTEM, respectively.

10. The target directory for these files is WindowsSystem32Config, and the hives there are named SOFTWARE and SYSTEM. Rather than overwrite those files entirely, you can rename them to something else. Typing ren windowssystem32configsoftware windowssystem32configsoftware.bak and ren windowssystem32configsystem windowssystem32configsystem.bak will rename them to software.bak and system.bak, respectively.

11. Copy in the backup hives: copy _REGISTRY_MACHINE_SOFTWARE windowssystem32configsoftware and copy _REGISTRY_MACHINE_SYSTEM windowssystem32configsystem.

12. Type exit to leave the Recovery Console and restart the computer.

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