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Create System Repair Disc for Windows 7

By Codrut Nistor

Posted in How-to, Windows-7

In the early days of Windows 98 administrators used to create a bootable disk so that they can repair Windows 98 computers in case anything goes bad with them. Creating these types of repair discs ensures that administrators are not stuck anywhere when a computer fails. The same concept is now carried forward Windows 7 and the operating system also allow administrators to create repair discs so that they can be used in case Windows 7 computers fail to boot. Repair disk is created by Windows 7 not only ensures that the system boots successfully but also allows administrators to restore the operating systems from any backup image file. As a Windows 7 administrator if you want to do so you are required to follow the steps given below:

  1. Logon to Windows 7 computer with administrator account.

  2. At the bottom of start menu in search box type System Repair Disc and press enter key.

  3. Make sure that a blank CD or a DVD is in CD/DVD burner and the device is connected to the computer (in case the burner is external).

  4. From the available drop-down Drive list choose the current burner.

  5. Once done click on Create discbutton to start the creation process.