If, for any reason, your Windows 7 operating system stops working all of a sudden and nothing seems to work to fix it, it is always a good idea to reinstall everything thanks to the installation DVD or to the special partition in your computer containing the files to make a fresh Windows 7 installation. If instead you have a lot of important information, you can use the DVD, for example, to retrieve them thanks to some interesting tools included in it. But what happen when you don’t have anything, when the computer house didn’t give you any disk or it didn’t create anything in your computer in order to restore your operating system after a failure? Here is a quick tutorial which will teach you how to make a Windows 7 System Repair Disc. This disc will allow you to boot the computer and recover all your precious files and programs.
- Click Start.
- Click the Control Panel icon.
- Click the System and Security link and right after that go to the Backup and Restore section.
- On the left pain of the window you will notice a link called Create a system repair disc. Click it.
- At this point a small window will prompt you to insert a DVD disk in the DVD drive.
- Once you inserted the DVD, click the Create disk button located on the small window itself.
- Th e whole burning process will just take a couple of minute and right after that you will have your Windows 7 System Repair Disc .
- This disc contains some interesting tools (System Recovery Options) such as: Startup Repair, System Restore, System Image Recovery, Windows Memory Diagnostic and Command Prompt.
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