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Put a checkmark back in the Read-only checkbox and then press the OK button. With the arrows keys on your keyboard select the option listed as Microsoft Windows Recovery Console and press the enter key on your keyboard. If there is no password, simply press enter. Jose Back to top #4 Gammers Gammers Topic Starter Members 44 posts OFFLINE Local time:12:55 AM Posted 18 September 2009 - 12:21 PM Hello Jose, Thanks for responding.

DOS stands for Disk Operating System and was what you would use if you had started your computer much like you do today with Windows. I do not believe ComboFix is something to be installed in case you think you need it sometime later. Since I did not have to use RC at all I wanted to remove it. Logon Displays detected installations of Windows and requests the local Administrator password for those installations. http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/unable-to-remove-recovery-console-files-folder-436413.html

win98 wouldn't know what RC was so as long as permissions allow it should delete it Back to top #10 Gammers Gammers Topic Starter Members 44 posts OFFLINE Local time:12:55 I didn't want to find out by working through the recovery console again. That meant in order to run programs or manipulate the operating system ...

The message is: Cannot delete 1384BUS.sy_ Access is denied. ComboFix needs to be properly uninstalled when you are finished with it. To prevent loss of data and/or program settings, perform the following before the Repair Install. CMLDR and boot.ini.

Back to top Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next Back to Windows XP Home and Professional 0 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users Reply by R. If Chkdsk cannot find the file in the startup folder, it looks for the Windows 2000 Setup CD-ROM. his explanation SOOOOO, in working through those things I might have locked up the cmdcons folder as if it was an OS.

I followed the instructions at MS (see below link) and still could not delete the cmdcons folder.MicrosoftKB articles #307654 and #555032Now then... I unhid the hidden files/folders and extensions and have done searches. Note the original startup type so that you can use the enable command to restart the service. Gammers ====== How to remove Windows Recovery Console After installing Windows Recovery Console there may be time that you may need to remove Recovery Console due server upgrade, disk maintance etc.

Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/258294/all-attempts-to-remove-recovery-console-fail/ Instead I did the work around with deleting the partition and resetting up my dual boot. How to start the Recovery Console To start the Recovery Console when it is installed on your hard drive you would do the following: Reboot your computer and as Windows starts If so, I need to know what and how to stop it.

Are you usng an Admin Account? Restart the computer. You may need to use them after the in-place upgrade is complete. I suspect this is a permissions thing going on during the install of the RC OR it may have to do with dual boots OR the way I handle my dual

Boot CD, select R for repair.3. Listsvc displays all available services and drivers on the computer. You can then select the Recovery Console option from the list of available operating systems on startup. Diskpart Manages partitions on hard disk volumes.

Right click the connection you use, Properties and there is a check box on the Advanced page. Command Description Attrib Changes attributes on a file or directory. Today, now knowing how to get bailed out of the ridiculous mess I was in (thank you Partition Magic), I am going to install ComboFix again w/recovery console, and see if

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For information about a specific command, type help commandname at the command prompt, and then press ENTER. Systemroot sets the current directory to %SystemRoot%.back to the top Recovery Console RulesSeveral environment rules are in effect while you are working in the Recovery Console. While this is useful too, however, the SetCommand is the key for freedom.I see now that Q310497 - "How to add more power to Recovery Console by using Group Policy in The Recovery Console only takes up approximately 7 megabytes so there is no reason why you should not have it installed in case you need it.

Click here to Register a free account now! The Recovery Console will start and ask you which Windows installation you would like to log on to. If not, I suspect that the program that installed it did something funny to the permissions.GammersPS. http://hosting3.net/unable-to/unable-to-remove-snap-do.html Restart your computer, click Start, click My Computer, and then double-click the hard disk where you installed the Recovery Console.2.

After the reboot read Warning#2! Bottomline, I suspect this is a "bug" in the present ComboFix.

 
 
 

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