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Repair, Recovery, and Restore

No computer is failure proof, but preventative measures and strategic planning can make a computer running Microsoft® Windows® 2000 more failure resistant. Developing plans and procedures for recovering from failures before they occur can also minimize damage and time lost. Maintaining records about your hardware and software configurations, and regularly backing up data and system configurations can help you recover from serious failures.

In This Chapter

Repairing a Windows 2000 Installation

Restoring System State Data

Restoring the Registry

Restoring Data

Recovering Your Disk Configuration

Recovering a Mirrored or RAID-5 Volume

Recovering Data in Remote Storage

Additional Resources

Related Information in the Resource Kit

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