Presentation on theme: "Windows 2000 Installation Process. There are three methods available to install the Windows 2000 operating system: Setup boot disks CD – Rom Over-the-network."— Presentation transcript:
There are three methods available to install the Windows 2000 operating system: Setup boot disks CD – Rom Over-the-network Installation Methods
Initiating the Installation from a Bootable CD-ROM Using a bootable CD-ROM is the simplest method of initiating the Windows 2000 Setup program, given that the computer's motherboard BIOS supports this capability. Once the Setup program is started, it works in several stages, prompting for information, copying files, and restarting. Start Setup from a bootable CD-ROM as follows: Insert the CD-ROM in the drive Restart the computer and wait for Setup to display a dialog box Follow the Setup instructions on the screen. The text mode installation phase that will follow is explained below in the "Text Mode Installation Phase" subsection
The following screen now appear and Windows 2000 will load in device drivers.
Soon you will see the following menu. Hit enter to set up Windows 2000.
The License Agreement will now appear, Read it and press "F8" if you agree or "ESC" if you don't.
The following screen will appear asking where you would like to install 2000, hit enter on the unpartitioned space to continue, if you wish you could set up partitions now. Otherwise hit enter to continue.
The following screen will now appear. Select how you wish to format the drive, for the normal user who doesn't need much security we would recommend FAT. Hit enter to continue.
You are now asked to confirm this decision. Hit enter to continue or "ESC" to return to previous menu.
Windows will start formatting your drive, if your Hard Drive is large then go get a cup of tea or have a drink to pass the time.