Computer cannot start if no proper boot device exists, or if the active boot device fails.
It is possible to open a command prompt during the GUI part of the Windows install.
Windows NT will fail to boot if it cannot find the files used to load the boot manager.
When deleting a partition then only the boot sector is modified, so by restoring the boot sector, then one will restore the partition.
Changing printer drivers in Windows NT can cause problems, and can require that the old drivers are remove manually first.
The Last Known Good Configuration makes it possible to rollback to the previous good state of the system registry hive.
Description of where and in what order programs are loaded at startup.
How to use the registry editor to configure the state of the Windows services.
Description of how Windows services are hosted within the same process.
Description of the different situations where Windows NT can fail to boot because it no longer can find the boot device.
How to manually uninstall an application and remove it from the Add/Remove list.
The registry editor is capable of editing an offline registry hive.
Description of the different issues that can arise when converting from FAT16 and FAT32 partitions to NTFS.
Description of different alternative ways for recovering from a bad BIOS flash.
Steps for fixing a computer which cannot perform BIOS POST.
Steps for finding what hardware devices that is causing problems.
Dual booting several versions of Windows can be useful if running software which is locked to certain version of Windows.
Windows NT will perform a chkdsk at boot time after an improper shutdown.
Possible steps for repairing Windows Update
Troubleshooting what is causing Windows not to install properly.
Holding down the SHIFT key during Windows startup will stop applications from loading.
How to configure the priority and logging level of the Printer Spooler service.
Windows NT4 supports by default not plug and play devices, but Microsoft have created an unsupported driver.
Deleting the password storage files to reset the Administrator password to recover system access.
Change when an application is considered as deadlocked and should be terminated.
Boot.ini is used by the Boot Manager to determine the installed operating systems and what startup settings to use.
Configure the path to the location of the install files whether on CD-ROM or HDD.