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How can run the computer without Hard disk?
 Question Submitted By :: Networking-Administration
I also faced this Question!!     Answer Posted By  
# 1
You can run a PC w/o a HDD using a BOOTP server, which
sends the OS to the target m/c and in addition to that it
acts as a DHCP server to provide IP address
Is This Answer Correct ?    67 Yes 7 No
Indraneel Sengupta
# 2
yes, you can run ur pc without hard disk. you need a dos
in floppy or cd
Is This Answer Correct ?    71 Yes 20 No
# 3
computer run without hard disk throgh cd/ pen drive & other
bootalbe media.
Is This Answer Correct ?    37 Yes 10 No
Vineet Verma
# 4
PC without HD is a dumb terminal and boots to an image on
the network. It could be a citrix or windows terminal
server or better yet t could be vertual PC with a shared
storage on a SAN type of shared storage. Current NICs have
a cability to ask for DHCP and connect to a resource
through the usage of bootp.
Is This Answer Correct ?    31 Yes 9 No
Getachew T.a
# 5
yes we can run a pc without hdd by using thinclients 
Is This Answer Correct ?    29 Yes 7 No
# 6
Yes, You can run computer using bootable CD, which contains
OS in a cd this OSs are Knoppix and Chevna. it loads OS in
RAM, you can save and surf internet too until is restarted
Is This Answer Correct ?    23 Yes 9 No
# 7
yes we can run computer without HDD. The solution is
Is This Answer Correct ?    15 Yes 4 No
# 8
Using Disk less booting you can run your computer without have to confiqure dhcp with

host xterm {
hardware ethernet 08:00:2B:B7:F3:80;
filename "/tftpdir/xterm.nb";
Here you have to mention pixe boot image into filename section

you need pixe boot image and tftp server to confiqure
diskless booting
Is This Answer Correct ?    8 Yes 0 No
# 9
To vishal and manikandan the perfect answer is we can run a
computer without hard disk using Bootp protocol which will
provide you OS with ip address.

Second option is using floppy or cd with dos software we can
run the system and in addition nowadays we are using pen
drive through pen drive also can run the system if it has OS
or DOS in it.
Is This Answer Correct ?    8 Yes 1 No
Ramesh Gattu
# 10
yes we can run the computer without hdd through dhcp/lan 
Is This Answer Correct ?    6 Yes 0 No

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