|Originally posted by iNetJunkie
yeah, Midern calls it a recovery CD. It has more than just Win2K on it. When you boot off of that CD, there's a 'recovery' program that starts up to return your system to factory specs (ie 1 partition with Win2K, no other choices).
That's kinda irritating... I should have opted for the no OS option and just got a retail version of Win2K. Oh well.
Regarding standby: I don't think I'll ever use it, because I agree in general it is more trouble than its worth. Still, I can't get it to 'break' since I reinstalled. Wierd.