Originally Posted by Babbabresaur
Don't you need to use Dos type commands within the repair console to use it? I know by typing help the commands would be listed. Although some are self explanatory many of them are not. Could anyone explain what each command is for?
Here is a simple list of what they do
Recovery Console Commands
Commands with descriptions available at the command prompt for use with the Recovery Console.
Attrib Change file and directory attributes.
Batch Execute specified text file (batch) commands.
Bootcfg Configure boot file (boot.ini) settings.
ChDir (Cd) Change/display the current directory.
Chkdsk Check a disk for errors. Report capability.
Cls Clear the screen.
Copy Copy a file. Change file location or name.
Delete (Del) Delete files.
Dir Display a list of subdirectories and files.
Disable Disable a device driver or system service.
Diskpart Manage disk partitions.
Enable Enable device driver or system service.
Exit Exit Recovery Console and reboot.
Expand Extract files from a compressed file format.
Fixboot Write a new boot sector to a selected partition.
Fixmbr Repair the Master Boot Record (MBR).
Format Format a disk partition.
Help Display a list of Recovery Console commands.
Listsvc Display available drivers and system services.
Logon Log off and on to another Windows installation.
Map Display drive letter mapping.
Mkdir (Md) Create a directory.
More Display (scroll) a text file.
Net Use Connect drive letter to a network share.
Rename (Ren) Rename files.
Rmdir (Rd) Delete directory.
Set Display/set environment variables.
Systemroot Switch from current directory to system root directory.
Type Display a text file.