Yes, a Vista Business DVD has a Repair option, whether it be Upgrade or
Full (If it is the standard off-the-shelf non-OEM one, from Microsoft). You
have to boot from DVD to use it. It is bootable. See:
How to automatically repair Windows Vista using Startup Repair http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/tuto...torial148.html
Too, some OEM disks have a repair option, as well.
"Rgryn" <Rgryn@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>I upgraded my computer with a faster CPU - AMD athalon 64 3700+.
> when I try to boot Vista Business, it stops with the error :
> ntkrnlpa.exe status 0cx0000211
> It suggests me to put my Installation disk... and repair the
> the only problem is that all the copies of Vista that I have are
> and they don't boot....
> any ideas?