We are running Symantec 10 ver antiviruss and i have updated the defination for this week, the service "symantec antivirus" is showing in stopping mode in the service window and the OS ver is windows 2000 server.
Can you please advice me how to start the service without rebooting the server....Thanks in advance for your kind supprt...:)
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If you have jumpered for BIOS recover it should be able to boot from floppy. I think you will have to install a floppy drive, boot from floppy. Jump the MB for BMC update (if ness) and flash the BIOS and BMC that way.
What means "then os is not working"?
Was the system rebooting all the time, blue screen, a service was unable to start ...?
The CPU fan is turning?
Disconned the power cord and press power on for few seconds.
Try another bootable CD. Is it still the same boot the system from a (bootable) USB Flash Drive or USB CD/DVD drive.
Is this working?
You can relocate any my documents folders to the D:\ drive using a right mouse click and properties to enter a new directory. When you are logged onto the appropriate account.
If you have items on the desktop (data) you can relocate them to a folder on the D:\ drive and place a shortcut to them on the desktop -- same functionality but the disk usage changes drives.
You can uninstall specific applications and reinstall them on the D:\ drive
You may be able to reassign the temporary internet folders depending on the version of Internet Explorer to the D:\ drive to reduce use of C:\ Likewise Temp if you change the JCW value.
If you are using older versions of Internet Explorer that have been updated you may be able to remove backups using the add/remove programs scenario -- do not backoff current versions there are buttons in some versions of IE to remove the backups created when updating.
Using add/remove programs to eliminate items not used. If this is a true server -- items like calculator and numerous accessories could be removed. There may be additional unused programs and services that can be removed to buy some additional space.
Anti-Virus software often keeps backup copies of signature files -- reviewing your software in that area could provide additional files that could safely be removed.
I do not know if windows 2000 had the indexing service. If it does is maintains a second directory and space of the search service is not required eliminating the associated data can reduce C:\ drive space requirements -- if necessary the associated files can be relocated to the D:\ drive.
In the end all of the above may not be much space but it could be some.
This solution works on WIN98 and I don?t see a reason why it wont work on you
If there is something that you were missing you might want to check with anther expert. This solution is a little complex so I hope ill be able to explain it well enough:
1. Make a boot disk so u can format and install windows.
2. Define the new HD as MASTER and hook it up to "primary IDE"
3. Disconnect the SCSI and pull the board out.
4. Reset the comp from the boot disk u made (HD is connected)
5. Get in "bios settings" and make sure that the new HD is defined as "primary drive"
In the 1st IDE
6. Now, perform a FDisk on the new HD, define partitions, do a reset and format the HD
Install the operating system you wish to have, make sure it works well.
7. install the SCSI board and its HD make anther reset.
8. now the comp is supposed to make boot and recognize the SCSI, it is possible that you will need to define your system configurations but for that, regretfully, I cannot guide you
Although this is not necessarily have to happen.