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How to Restore Windows Server 2003 Operating System
« on: 30. June 2016., 09:55:34 »
Server 2003 system restore overview

During the daily use of Windows Server 2003, we can't avoid the disaster. The operating system may crash because of Hardware conflict, Bad Ram, hard disk drives overload, viruses attack, software conflict, power supply problems. But if you have backed up the system before, it is not a problem. You can easily restore Server 2003 system from the backup file. In this page, we will introduce you how to restore Windows Server 2003 using System Restore and EaseUS Server backup software. You can try these two Server 2003 system restore solutions to protect your system and data from unexpected disaster.

Server 2003 system restore via System Restore

Windows 2003 does not come with an automatic system restore feature like XP, Vista and 7 do. Because of this, a system operating with Windows 2003 does not automatically create a restore point for the computer's current state. That means that a user cannot return the computer to that state at a later date. One option to work around this is to download System Restore. However, a second option involves manually creating a restore point for the computer's current state using Windows 2003's System State.

1. Find and click the "Start" button, then highlight "All Programs" from the Start menu.

2. Highlight "System Tools" from the All Programs menu and select "Backup."

3. Select the "Advanced Mode" link from Backup, then click the "Restore and Manage Media" tab.

4. Check the box next to the "System State" option.

Restore Server 2003 system with EaseUS Server backup software

EaseUS Server backup software is a reliable Windows Server backup & disaster recovery, system migration solutions for both physical and virtual Windows Server 2003/2008/2012. With powerful backup capacity and advanced backup & recovery features, the program will simplify both basic and advanced server backup & recovery management while minimizing server downtime as well as ensuring business continuity. So if your Server 2003 crashed, you can use this tool to rebuilt the system easily from the previous backup image.

http://www.todo-backup.com/backup-resource/windows-server-2003-backup/server-2003-restore-software.htm

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How to Restore Windows Server 2003 Operating System
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Re: How to Restore Windows Server 2003 Operating System
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Re: How to Restore Windows Server 2003 Operating System
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