Question about Dell PowerEdge 2600 Server
As long as you have proof of purchase/paperwork......
Call Dell Customer Service.
Or E-mail them.....all info can be found on:
You may be able to Download them....
Also Check your Poweredge Manuals......
Sometimes Dell is famous for having Everything backed up on a protected partition on the Hard Drive.......So a simple keyboard command (it might be "Ctrl+F11", not sure) at the bios boot screen can sometimes load the computer Back to it's original status.......
Also There's a better way if you don't mind ignoring all the CRAPPY software that comes preloaded with your operating system.......
Or, EVEN BETTER IDEA..........
Buy a New Copy of WINDOWS (I recommend XP PRO! since Windows 7 won't be released til around September this year......then upgrade to that.......SKIP VISTA......7 is way better, I would know!)
When You boot from the Disc, (True Windows XP OS Disk) you can delete ALL THE PARTITIONS and install a FRESH NEW WINDOWS INSTALLATION..........that's the best solution, in my opinion.........but call dell.......do both of these things!
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
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