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.
To access Windows 7 System Recovery Using Windows 7 DVD
1. Insert the Windows 7 DVD on your DVD drive.
2. Configure your PC to boot up from your DVD drive. Restart the computer. It should now boot in DVD. On some computer, tapping an assigned keyboard function key will display boot-drive selection.
3. Windows 7 will load files. This may take a while.
4. After loading files, it will now provide you with install screen. Set the corresponding preferences like Language, Time and Keyboard. Then click Next.
5. You are now in Windows 7 setup screen. Click on Repair your computer.
6. At this point, Windows will provide the System Recovery Options dialog box. It will contain information about Windows installation located on your computer.
7. Click on the preferred operating system you like to perform repair operation. Then click on Load Drivers if there is a device connected that is not recognize by Windows. Click Next to continue. It begins to detect and fix any errors that are causing Windows to malfunction. This process will take some time.
8. System Recovery automatically fix any found troubles. If this attempt fails, it goes directly to Start-up Repair and Windows will prompt you to run System Restore. Please click on Cancel. At this point we are assuming that you do not want to restore Windows, instead you need to go to Recovery Tool.
9. Windows will proceed with Start-up Repair process. If it cannot fix the problem through that method, it will display a messages ‘Windows cannot repair this computer automatically.”
10. Click on View advanced options for system recovery and support.
11. The present screen will display a list of recovery tool. Select which type of operation you wanted to perform.
Windows 7 System Recovery Options contains the following recovery tool:
Automatically fix problems that are preventing Windows from starting.
Restore Windows to an earlier point in time.
System Image Recovery
Recover your computer using a system image you created earlier.
Windows Memory Diagnostic
Check your computer for memory hardware errors.
Open a command prompt window