Windows 7 System Recovery Options Usage

Windows 7 System Recovery Options Usage

Windows 7 System Recovery is a small program that allows you to execute different tasks. This program is a valuable piece of tool necessary in fixing Windows problems caused by virus infection, software malfunction or damaged driver files. Other non-troubleshooting task includes resizing of hard drive partitions, disc scanning and maintenance. With the graphical user interface on load, you can run programs such as notepad, registry editor and portable antivirus applications. More

Fix Windows 7 Errors with Startup Repair

Fix Windows 7 Errors with Startup Repair

To those who are new into using and troubleshooting Windows 7, perhaps you are still unaware of its features to resolve system issues using Startup Repair. Microsoft Windows 7 Startup Repair tool is a system recovery application designed to help users deal with various system malfunctions. This tool is available on Windows 7 System Recovery Options menu. Any failure on boot-up will bring-in a System Recover Options and scan computers for issues and fix them automatically. There is also a way to run this tool manually if in case it did not run on boot-up. More

MalwareBytes Flash Scanner

MalwareBytes Flash Scanner

Malwarebytes’ Anti-Malware added new flash scanning option which searches for malicious objects in memory and load point locations. Worms and other kinds of flash drive viruses will utilize autorun functions of Windows to spread the infection to other drives connected on target PC. More

Windows Registry Editor

How to Backup Windows Registry – XP, Vista and Windows 7

Windows registry stores the most essential information concerning your computer. The registry holds information of hardware and software installed and other related data. How Windows is configured during setup and every time new hardware and software are added also saves in the registry. In fact, big or small changes you made on computer will reflect on that part of the system data – the Windows registry. More

How to Edit Windows Registry

How to Edit Windows Registry

Windows registry contains complex system information about how the programs will run. Windows in general will make changes to registry every time a new hardware and software is installed, removed or changed. Usually, editing a registry is vital in removing threats from the computer. Some anti-virus programs may remove files but not the value or entries it  threat have registered. More

How to Start Computer in Safe Mode

How to Start Computer in Safe Mode

Starting Windows in Safe Mode is very useful when troubleshooting computer problems by limiting the resources it loads when Windows is started. While in Safe Mode, users will start with only basic options and will load only basic drivers. Starting this way can help users diagnose systems problems easil The computer must be in Off mode to enter the Safe Mode menu. More

How to Disable or Enable System Restore on Windows Me

Information provided on this page is How to disable System Restore on Windows ME and prevent the viruses on infected data from being restored. System Restore is part of Windows ME, which was by default is turned on during the installation process. Turning Off system restore may remove previous restore points so it is advised to do this if there are no used of your previous restore points.

1. On the Desktop, Right Click on My Computer
2. Select the System Properties
3. On Performance Tab, Click File System in Advanced Settings at the bottom.
4. On Troubleshooting Tab, Mark Disable System Restore t disable or Unmark to enable.
4. Click OK
5. When asked to Restart Windows, click Yes.

Note: If you turn off System Restore for troubleshooting purposes such as Virus removal, don’t forget to turn it on again again after the removal process. You must create new restore points once you turn System Restore back on.

Related:
How to Disable System Restore in Windows XP

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