Creating System Repair Disk
You can never say when a disaster can occur. Your operating system can fail at any moment. Microsoft’s Windows 7 offers you utility software to create system repair disks. It’s better to create a system repair disk and preserve it for future needs.
Upgrade your Windows version to Windows 7 because most of the Windows XP versions allow creating system recovery disks only on floppy disks.
So how are you going to create a system repair disk for Windows 7? Follow the below guidelines to create a system repair disk.
- Type “System repair disc” in the start menu’s search box or go to the control panel click system and security and select Backup and Restore. In the pane at your left you will be click “Create a system recovery disc”.
- Insert a blank DVD / CD and click create disc
- Wait until the process finish. It will take several seconds or maybe some minutes.
- After the disc is created store it in a proper place. Don’t let it get damaged by dust or scratches.
Don’t confuse the system recovery disk which came with your computer and the system repair disk which you created. System repair disk won’t let you to reinstall Windows 7 or format it. It will just allow you to access the system recovery tools which are inbuilt in Windows 7.
Now you have created a “System Repair Disk”. Do you know how and when to use it?
- Insert the CD / DVD and restart your PC.
- Keep pressing any key immediately after your system restarts to boot from the CD / DVD you inserted
- When the Windows installations are found then click next
- You will be seeing a list of recovery tools now. Choose the best according to the situation you are facing. But it is preferred to use the first three options at the start.
- Startup repair
- System restore
- System image recovery ( If you have already created a system image)
- Windows memory diagnostic
- Command prompt
- Restart your machine and enjoy the day
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