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To uninstall Windows Server 2003 Administration Tools Pack

  1. Open Add or Remove Programs in Control Panel.
  2. Select Change or remove programs.
  3. In Windows Server 2003 Administration Tools Pack, click Remove.

Notes: others below


Boot your computer to Windows 98 (if you have configured to multi boot) then go to control panel and double click 'ADD/REMOVE PROGRAMS' icon. In the dialog box click on to the 'STARTUP DISK' tab. Then click the 'CREATE DISK' button .It'll ask for a blank floppy and create a bootdisk. After creating a boot disk copy the 'SYS.COM' utility to the same floppy. SYS.COM can be found inside 'C:\WINDOWS\COMMAND' folder. Now you can reboot the system using the boot floppy which you have created (if it is not booting from floppy; make necessary changes in your CMOS Setup). It would give you a 'A:\>'prompt. Then type 'sys c:' and press enter key. The program will overwrite the Master Boot Record with dos booting files ie:- IO.SYS, MSDOS.SYS and COMMAND.COM. Remove the floppy and reboot the computer, this time you computer should boot to dos. After this you need to load Windows 98.For that create file called 'AUTOEXEC.BAT' and inside it type 'C:\WINDOWS\win.com' and save it to 'C:'. Now reboot again this time it will boot to Windows 98 directly.
http://www.microsoft.com/mspress/troubleshooting/windows/ls/070302.asp

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