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Recovery Console commands

Recovery Console commands

The following commands can be used with the Recovery Console. For more information about each command, type the command name followed by /? in the Recovery Console.

For more information about the Recovery Console, see "Tools for Troubleshooting" at the Microsoft Windows Resource Kits Web site.

  • Attrib
    Changes the attributes of a file or directory.
  • Batch
    Executes the commands specified in the text file.
  • Bootcfg
    Boot file (boot.ini) configuration and recovery.
  • ChDir (Cd)
    Displays the name of the current directory or changes the current directory.
  • Chkdsk
    Checks a disk and displays a status report.
  • Cls
    Clears the screen.
  • Copy
    Copies a single file to another location.
  • Delete (Del)
    Deletes one or more files.
  • Dir
    Displays a list of files and subdirectories in a directory.
  • Disable
    Disables a system service or a device driver.
  • Diskpart
    Manages partitions on your hard drives.
  • Enable
    Starts or enables a system service or a device driver.
  • Exit
    Exits the Recovery Console and restarts your computer.
  • Expand
    Extracts a file from a compressed file.
  • Fixboot
    Writes a new partition boot sector onto the system partition.
  • Fixmbr
    Repairs the master boot record of the partition boot sector.
  • Format
    Formats a disk.
  • Help
    Displays a list of the commands you can use in the Recovery Console.
  • Listsvc
    Lists the services and drivers available on the computer.
  • Logon
    Logs on to an Windows operating system installation.
  • Map
    Displays the drive letter mappings.
  • Mkdir (Md)
    Creates a directory.
  • More (Type)
    Displays a text file.
  • Rename (Ren)
    Renames a single file.
  • Rmdir (Rd)
    Deletes a directory.
  • Set
    Displays and sets environment variables.
  • Systemroot
    Sets the current directory to the systemroot directory of the system you are currently logged on to.


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