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Shows a list of system recovery tools you can use to repair startup problems, run diagnostics, or restore your system. This option is available only if the tools are installed on your computer's hard disk. If you have a Windows installation disc, the system recovery tools are located on that disc.
Remove all floppy disks, CDs, and DVDs from your computer, and then restart your computer. Click the Start button , click the arrow next to the Shut Down button (or the arrow next to the Lock button), and then click Restart.
Tap or click Delete the recovery partition if you want to remove the recovery tools from Surface and free up disk space. To confirm, tap or click Delete, and when removal is complete, tap or click Finish.
You may be using too much CPU power to keep DOSBox running at the current speed. You can lower the cycles, skip frames, reduce the sampling rate of the respective sound device, increase the prebuffer. See section 13: "The configuration (options) file" If you are using cycles=max or =auto, then make sure that there is no background processes interfering! (especially if they access the harddisk) Also look at Section 10. "How to speed up/slow down DOSBox"
You should always install your game inside DOSBox. So if you have the game on CD you always (even after installation!) have to mount both: folder as a harddisk drive and a CD-ROM. HardDisk should always be mounted as c CD-ROM should always be mounted as d Floppy should always be mounted as a (or b)
CONFIG can be used to change or query various settings of DOSBox during runtime. It can save the current settings and language strings to disk. Information about all possible sections and properties can be found in Section 13: "The configuration (options) file".
Location of the image file to mount in DOSBox. The location can be on a mounted drive inside DOSBox, or on your real disk. It is possible to mount CD-ROM images (ISOs or CUE/BIN or CUE/IMG) too. If you need CD swapping capabilities, specify all images in succession (see the next entry). CUE/BIN pairs and cue/img are the preferred CD-ROM image types as they can store audio tracks compared to ISOs (which are data-only). For the CUE/BIN mounting always specify the CUE sheet.
iso: Specifies the ISO 9660 CD-ROM format. fat: Specifies that the image uses the FAT file system. DOSBox will attempt to mount this image as a drive in DOSBox and make the files available from inside DOSBox. none: DOSBox will make no attempt to read the file system on the disk. This is useful if you need to format it or if you want to boot the disk using the BOOT command. When using the "none" filesystem, you must specify the drive number (2 or 3, where 2 = master, 3 = slave) rather than a drive letter. For example, to mount a 70MB image as the slave drive device, you would type (without the quotes):
Boot will start floppy images or hard disk images independent of the operating system emulation offered by DOSBox. This will allow you to play booter floppies or boot other operating systems inside DOSBox. If the target emulated system is PCjr (machine=pcjr) the boot command can be used to load PCjr cartridges (.jrc).
This can be any number of floppy disk images one wants mounted after DOSBox boots the specified drive letter. To swap between images, hit CTRL-F4 to change from the current disk to the next disk in the list. The list will loop back from the last disk image to the beginning.
This parameter allows you to specify the drive to boot from. The default is the A drive, the floppy drive. You can also boot a hard drive image mounted as master by specifying "-l C" without the quotes, or the drive as slave by specifying "-l D"
Note: The USB flash drive format must be FAT32 so that you are able to boot the system from USB flash drive. Here you can learn more about How to convert the USB flash drive format to FAT32.
Before booting the system from a USB flash drive or CD-ROM, please let your computer enters the BIOS configuration first, here you can learn more about How to enter BIOS configuration. After entering the BIOS configuration, there are two kinds of BIOS screen which are UEFI mode and Legacy mode, please refer to the following steps in order.
This page provides details about creating a boot diskette, or floppy disk, for Windows and not how to create a bootable CD. If you're looking for steps for newer versions of Windows (e.g., Windows 7, 8, or 10), see: How to create a recovery disk in Windows.
The time that Explorer takes to initialize and finish is the time it takes to create the Windows desktop and make it visible to the user. This phase (and everything happening after, known as post on/off) can be impacted by processes started on boot.
Post on/off only takes into account normal priority I/Os. Investigate the information about those disk reads according to process. Disk reads usually account for more disk access time than disk writes on boot, as a lot of data must be read from disk in order to launch processes and services.
In the preceding example, ImageSTUART.exe reads 13.5 MB of data from disk when launched during post on/off, and most of the accesses are made reading DLL components in the Program Files folder.
Using this information, a software developer should identify his components and processes, and determine if the component size can be reduced, or if the launch code path can be optimized to minimize the amount of data read from disk.
You can also use this data to identify the 3rd party processes that launched on boot and is causing high disk usage. If a process appears to be introducing disk contention, it can then be removed from the image or simply not started at boot time.
Disk Utility can find and repair errors related to the formatting and directory structure of a Mac disk. Errors can lead to unexpected behavior when using your Mac, and significant errors might even prevent your Mac from starting up completely.
In general, you can just open Disk Utility from the Utilities folder of your Applications folder. However, if your Mac doesn't start up all the way, or you want to repair the disk your Mac starts up from, open Disk Utility from macOS Recovery:
The sidebar in Disk Utility should now show each available disk or other storage device, beginning with your startup disk. And beneath each disk you should see any containers and volumes on that disk. Don't see your disk?
In this example, the startup disk (APPLE SSD) has one container and two volumes (Macintosh HD, Macintosh HD - Data). Your disk might not have a container, and it might have a different number of volumes. Repair volumes, then containers, then disks For each disk that you're repairing, start by selecting the last volume on that disk, then click the First Aid button or tab.
After Disk Utility is done checking the volume, select the next item above it in the sidebar, then run First Aid again. Keep moving up the list, running First Aid for each volume on the disk, then each container on the disk, then finally the disk itself.
The order of repair in this example was Macintosh HD - Data, then Macintosh HD, then Container disk4, then APPLE SSD. When done, quit Disk Utility. If you used Disk Utility from macOS Recovery, you can now restart your Mac: choose Apple menu > Restart.
Consolidate as many diagnostic tools as possible into one bootable CD. Wouldn't you like to avoid digging into the dusty box to look for the right floppy disk, but simply run them all from a single CD? Then the Ultimate Boot CD is for you!
Run Ultimate Boot CD from your USB memory stick. A script on the CD prepares your USB memory stick so that it can be used on newer machines that supports booting from USB devices. You can access the same tools as you would from the CD version.
Name of ToolVersionLicenseNotes /BIOS !BIOS3.20Freeware BIOS1.35.0FreewareWebsite says V1.35.1, but program displays V1.35.0. CMOSPWD5.0GPL KEYDiskn/aFreeware PC CMOS Cleaner2.0FreewareIncluded as module in Parted Magic. Q&D Vital Data Manager1.4hFreeware WipeCMOS1.2Freeware /CPU CPUstress2.5.4Freeware CPUburn1.4aGPLIncluded in CPUstress. CPU Burn-in1.00FreewareIncluded in CPUstress. The Linux version which is included in UBCD is at V1.00. V1.01 applies to Windows only. CPUinfon/aGPLIncluded in CPUstress. CPUID2.19GPL Intel Optimized LINPACK Benchmark11.2.0FreewareIncluded in CPUstress. Intel Processor Frequency ID (P3 and below)7.2Freeware Intel Processor Identification Utility (P4 and above)5.30Freeware Mersenne Prime Test23.9.2Free softwareIncluded in CPUstress. Mersenne Prime Test28.5Free softwareIncluded in CPUstress. Stress1.04GPLIncluded in CPUstress. StressCPU (requires CPU with SSE)2.0GPLIncluded in CPUstress. System Stability Tester1.5.1GPLIncluded in CPUstress. x86test0.10aGPL /HDD/Boot Management BOOTMGR05-AUG-2012Freeware Boot Partition2.60Freeware EditBINI1.01.1Freeware GAG (Graphical Boot Manager)4.10GPL Gujin2.8.7GPL MBRtool2.3.200Freeware MBRWork1.08Freeware PLoP Boot Manager5.0.15Free for personal use Smart BootManager3.7.1GPL SPFDISK (Special FDISK)2000-03vFreeware Super Grub Disk0.9799GPL Super Grub2 Disk2.00s8GPL XFDISK (Extended FDISK)0.9.3 betaFreeware XOSL (Extended Operating System Loader)1.1.5GPL XOSL-OW (Extended Operating System Loader)1.1.6GPL /HDD/Data Recovery Q&D Unit/Track/Head/Sector1.3jFreeware Offline NT Password & Registry Editor140201 n/a PCLoginNow2.0FreewareIncluded as module in Parted Magic. PCRegEdit1.0FreewareIncluded as module in Parted Magic. PhotoRec7.1GPLIncluded in Parted Magic. TestDisk7.1GPLIncluded in Parted Magic. /HDD/Device Info and Management AMSET (Maxtor)4.00Freeware ATAINF1.3Freeware ATA Password Tool1.1Freeware Change Definition Utility (for Fujitsu M16xx/M2915 HDDs)n/aFreeware DiskCheck4.3.0Freeware DISKINFO1.02Freeware ESFeat (ExcelStor)2.30Freeware Feature Tool (IBM/Hitachi)2.15Freeware GSmartControl0.8.6GPLIncluded in Parted Magic. SMARTUDM2.00Freeware UATA100 (Seagate)3.06Freeware UDMA Utility (for Fujitsu MPD/MPE/MPF series HDDs)1.13Freeware UDMA Utility (for Fujitsu MPG series HDDs)1.17Freeware Ultra ATA Manager (Western Digital)June, 2003Freeware WDIDLE3 (Western Digital)1.05Freeware /HDD/Diagnosis ATA Diagnostic Tool (Fujitsu)7.0Freeware Data Lifeguard Diagnostic for DOS (Western Digital)5.27Freeware Data Lifeguard Diagnostic for DOS (Western Digital)5.21FreewareLatest V5.22 has the note in version history "Removed missing test tracks check". Since we are uncertain of the impact of this change, older version has been included just in case. Data Lifeguard Diagnostic for DOS (Western Digital)4.15FreewareV5.x has been reported not to work on some older machines, so V4.15 has been included as a backup. Drive Fitness Test (IBM/Hitachi)4.16Freeware ES-Tool (Samsung)3.01vFreeware ESTest (ExcelStor)4.50Freeware GWSCAN (Gateway)3.15FreewareFor IDE hard drives 10GB or smaller. GWSCAN (Gateway)5.12FreewareFor IDE hard drives larger than 10GB. HDAT25.3FreewareLatest stable release, but with device-level testing disabled. HUTIL (Samsung)1.21FreewareFrom soeren: "HUTIL 2.00 lacks the possibility to view the SMART values and it appears to be a lot slower than 1.21. It's only needed for the newest Samsung drives, the "older" ones still work with 1.21." HUTIL (Samsung)2.10Freeware MHDD324.5FreewareOlder version included because it supports ATA/SCSI Terminal for scripting, which was removed in the new version. MHDD324.6Freeware PowerMax (Maxtor/Quantum)4.09FreewareOlder version included because this is an uncripppled version that works with non-Maxtor HDDs. PowerMax (Maxtor/Quantum)4.23Freeware SCSIMax (Maxtor/Quantum)1.21Freeware SeaTools for DOS (Seagate/Maxtor)2.22FreewareVersion included is 2.22 instead of 2.23 at Kaur Kuut's recommendation. Apparently the only feature introduced in V2.23 was "Long Test time out failure for drives that take too long to complete the Long Test", but that prevents large capacity HDDs from completing the long generic test because all modern HDDs time out by default. Seagate subsequently removed this feature in SeaTools for Windows V18.104.22.168, but never did for SeaTools for DOS V2.23. SeaTools for DOS (Seagate/Maxtor)1.12Freeware SHDIAG (Samsung)1.25Freeware TAFT (The ATA Forensics Tool)1.2Freeware ViVARD0.4FreewareThe official website is down. Various third party websites claim to have V1.0, but is actually V0.4. /HDD/Disk Cloning Clonezillan/aGPLIncluded in Parted Magic. CopyWipe1.14Freeware EaseUs Disk Copy2.3.1Freeware g4u2.6BSD HDClone (Free Edition)7.0.2Freeware partimage0.6.9GPLIncluded in Parted Magic. Partition Saving4.30Freeware PC INSPECTOR clone-maxx1.0FreewareActual version is 0.95 Build 769, but is referred to as 1.0 on product website. Q&D Unit Clone1.1rFreeware /HDD/Disk Editing Disk Editor3.0Freeware DISKMAN44.2A3Freeware DiskSpy Free Edition (Personal use only)2.0Freeware PTS DiskEditor1.04FreewareExcellent information about this tool here. /HDD/Disk Wiping Active@ KillDisk Free Edition4.1.2393FreewareFree Edition. Supports "One Pass Zeros" method only. Note that KillDisk V5.x is Windows only. CopyWipe1.14Freeware Darik's Boot and Nuke2.3.0GPL Fujitsu Erase Utility1.00Freeware HDDErase4.0Freeware HDDErase3.3FreewareOlder version included because latest version is reportedly not compatible with Intel SSDs. HDShredder (Free Edition)4.0.1Freeware MAXLLF (Maxtor)1.1Freeware PC Disk Eraser5.0FreewareIncluded in Parted Magic. PC INSPECTOR e-maxx0.95FreewareActual version is 0.95 Build 775, but is referred to as 1.0 on product website. SUTIL (Samsung)1.01Freeware /HDD/Installation Data Lifeguard Tools (Western Digital)11.2Freeware DiscWizard 2003 (Seagate)10.45.06Freeware DiscWizard (Seagate/Maxtor)11.0.8326FreewareMaxBlast V5.0 is essentially the same thing i.e. OEM version of Acronis TrueImage. Startup Recovery Manager not included. Didn't see much use for it on the bootable CD, plus it can be activated in the Win32 program itself if required, or you can copy over the "Recovery Manager" folder youself. Disk Manager (IBM)9.61Freeware Disk Manager (Samsung)10.42Freeware MaxBlast (Maxtor)4.0Freeware /HDD/Partition Management Cute Partition Manager0.9.8Freeware Dsrfix3.12Freeware FIPS2.0GPL Free FDISK1.3.1GPL GParted0.13.1-gitGPLIncluded in Parted Magic. Partinfo1.14FreewareV1.11 and above are Windows only. Partition Explorer1.01Freeware Partition Resizer1.3.4Freeware Partition Saving4.30Freeware PTDD Super Fdisk1.0Freeware Ranish Partition Manager2.40FreewareUsing stable version because V2.44 is beta and reported to be buggy. SPFDISK (Special FDISK)2000-03vFreeware XFDISK (Extended FDISK)0.9.3 betaFreeware /Memory AleGr MEMTEST2.00Free for personal use DIMM_ID3.57UBCD OnlyThis is a special UBCD-only version authorized by the author. Memtest864.3.7GPLAs of UBCD V5.2.8, V5.0.0 Free Edition extracts to V4.3.7. Memtest86+5.01GPL TestMemIVn/aFreeware Windows Memory Diagnostic0.4Freeware /Others boot.kernel.org (BKO)n/aFreeware ClamScan Antivirus0.97.5GPLIncluded in Parted Magic. FileLink3.01FreewareThis program is part of Caldera OpenDOS V7.03. F-PROT Antivirus6.2.3Free for personal useIncluded as module in Parted Magic. Kon-Boot1.0Free for personal use netboot.xyzn/aFreeware Parted Magic2013_08_10_i586GPLFull list of programs can be found here. Parted Magic is now payware and can no longer be updated to the latest version. Last free version (2013_08_10) was obtained from this website UBCD FreeDOS (Based on NwDsk V3.40)R1.53 n/a Based on NwDsk V3.40. /Peripherals ATAPI CDROM Identification2.22Freeware CHZ Monitor-Test2.0Freeware Parallel Port Information System1.45Freeware Video Memory Stress Test1.7GPL Enhanced Keyboard Checkern/aFreeware AT-Keyboard Testern/aFreeware /System AIDA162.14 n/a Discontinued ASTRA (Demo version)6.5014-day Demo Hardware Detection Tool0.5.2GPLpci.ids.gz: 20/02/2013 HWiNFO5.5.5Freeware NSSI0.60.45Freeware PC-Config9.33FreewareDiscontinued PCI1.1Freewarepcidevs.txt: Ver 671 (22-01-2008) PCISniffer3.0.0Freeware System Speed Test 324.78Freeware 2b1af7f3a8