When I tried to install a Snap in on my TC the machine rebooted on a certain moment and after that the whole O|S was gone. All I get is a C:\ prompt
How can I restore the OS?
Any help would be really appreciated
Your problems means there is nothing wrong with ur terminal. your terminal server is not starting
try booting with last known good conf by pressing F8 option if it dosent work then try with safemode and uninstall what u have install
pls mention which server ur using and OS and also if any error codes
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Sounds like you've "inherited" a business computer, pretty sure illegally too. When a computer is supposed to change hands, there shouldn't be any software/o.s. on there. I know people do fresh installs for sale so it's ready to go, but with Novell on the system, and p/w protected too, I'd say it came into your hands in a 'this computer has not been signed off in the correct way' kind of way. Get yourself a copy of windows p.e.(pre installation environment), it's a windows os on a cd so doesn't need installing(works from Ram). You can then view the C: drive from viewer. You can even format the disc using windows pe.
I'd check if your legaly 'allowed' the computer before turning it on though.
Uninstall any current version of vSpace. Reboot. Makesure you have no missing or conflicting device drivers inside of devicemanager. Then run the NComputing cleanup utility located here:www.nc-eng.com/tools/ncuninstall.exe. Download current version for yourOS from the NComputing download site, install vSpace and reboot and register. Do NOT, I repeat, do NOT install from theprovided CD and upgrade. Simply install straight from the downloadfile I provided in the link. Lastly makeSURE you REGISTER vSpace. Be sure toenable the background hardware activation option. This is available on the last screen of theregistration or in the NComputing System console, under System Settings.
You can keep both Vista and XP.
Below is the way to install XP, after Vista was already installed... creating a dual boot.
First find the drivers for your network components, wireless card or nic, and save them to an external device such as a floppy disk or flash drive.
Then you will need to go into the BIOS on your computer startup. Scroll to the System Configuration tab and go down to the SATA Native Support and change its setting to Disabled. Then hit F10 to Save and Exit.
Next, insert your Windows XP CD and create the partition you wish to install XP on. After the installation is complete you should boot automatically into XP.
Now you need to move some files. First, make sure you have set your folder options to see hidden files and to show protected operating system files. Then open Windows Explorer and go to the drive where Vista is installed. Copy the folder Boot, and the files bootmgr, boot.ini, NTDETECT.COM and ntldr and paste them to the root of your XP drive.
Then download Vista Boot Pro and save it to your desktop or somewhere else that you can easily access. Unless you already have .Net Framework (v2.0 at least) it will redirect you to a Microsoft page where you can download this necessary component.
Install and run Vista Boot Pro and open the "Bootloader" tab. Select "Reinstall the Vista bootloader" and press Apply. Then go to the Manage OS Entries tab and select "Add new operating system entry" and make sure you select "Windows Legacy". Give the new entry a name (ie: Windows XP) and select the drive letter you have XP on and then select Apply. You can also choose which entry you would like as the default the system will boot to.
And now you should be able to dual boot between Vista and a previous OS.
Actually if it is continuously rebooting, it is usually because someone was holding down the trigger through a cold boot process. That's what puts it into this continuous reboot loop. To get out of it do a cold boot again (pop the battery part of the way out, hold down the power button and trigger simultaneously, and then push the battery back in while the power button and trigger are still down). But as soon as you push in the battery to the point where you hear it click, release the trigger. If you hold it in too long, the unit will start continuously rebooting.
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First, this is what I would do before buying more RAM.
Turn off two terminals, take the memory from one to add to the other (no new chips please). I'll assume each machine has 128MB right now and I'll assume there are only two memory slots.
If it boots up fine with 256MB, then I'd try to match the RAM exactly.
Probably using PC1600 with/without a SPD module chip.
Use CPU-Z to find out the memory details.
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But ya gonna hve to find a way of getting the info into your PC.. Does it have USB?
You could remove the Hard DRive and connect say Via USB/IDE/SATA adapter on another PC install necessary files into the drive, and or fix it there, and or return to the "Bad Machine" and perform the Fix as per below link. Good luck.
I'm assuming that you do not have a cd or floppy drive on the terminal. Well i had a similiar terminal with no cd or floppy drive and i managed to re-install the os by removing the hard drive, mounting it on an existing machine with windows 2000 machine then i copied the installation to the hard drive by using the winnt32 command ine utility.
So lets say that you remove the hard drive and mount it to another PC(In my case it was a laptop harddrive 2.5" and i needed a converter)and on the pc I formatted it and it was designated as drive G:. My cd rom is drive E:
With the windows 2000 cd rom in the drive
from the command prompt i typed
E:\i386\winnt32 /makelocalsource /syspart:G /tempdrive:G
After that completes i put back in the hard drive in the terminal and boot the terminal and i continue with setup.
I hope this was helpful!