In which of these situations would you use the bootcfg command in Windows XP?
A) Rebuild the master boot record
B) Modify the startup applications
C) Modify the boot configuration file
D) Update the boot sector
E) Who’s been clicking email links again!?
The answer: C) Modify the boot configuration file
Windows XP uses the boot.ini file to store configuration settings used during the boot process. The bootcfg command can be used to modify or rebuild the boot.ini file settings in Windows XP.
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