Posted On 2005-11-1 by FortyPoundHead
Keywords: disable Ctrl+C Startup
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The problem: Windows lets anyone press the Ctrl+C keys during its initial booting phase and stop the booting. If the user is knowledgeable enough about the MSDOS mode, s/he can then examine the contents of all your drives and folders, etc. To prevent this from happening, you can reconfigure your computer to disable the Ctrl+C keys in the MSDOS mode.
The following method may be used to fix this problem:
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