How to create a "System repair disc"
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Saturday, 31 January 2009 10:29

How to make a system repair disc in Windows 7.

If you end up with an OEM release of Windows 7, like the most of Windos 7 users, you might not get a copy of Windows 7 on a disc and you therefore have to create a repair disc ahead of problems, to avoid these. In Windows 7 it has become very easy to do so, you can read on how to use this new function, by clicking the title or read more.

You have to have an empty CD/DVD and a disc recording device.
The easiest way to start up this process is to open start and write “System Repair Disc” in the search field.

Click on “Create a System repair disc” and the next windows will popup.

Remember to enter a blank CD/DVD in your disc recording device and click “Create Disc” and the process will do this automatically.

The process is now running.

The picture shows which files has been burned onto the new CD/DVD.

You now have the tool to do reparations on your Windows 7, if necessary.

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