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How to create a Windows 7 system repair disc

1) Click Start → All ProgramsMaintenanceCreate a System Repair Disc




2) Insert (CD/DVD) into the drive and press create disc





3) Wait until the burning process is done.




now accumulate the System Repair Disc safe back it will be bare back Windows 7 fails to boot.

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It is looking for the windows automated system recovery disk and I have reistallation cd. how would I get this


You will need to create one.

Windows system errors, crashes and other problems may lead to a malfunctioning system or an operating system that doesn't load properly. You can create a Windows system-repair or automated recovery disc that contains tools for fixing the operating system. The CD you create will contain system-recovery options and tools like Windows' Startup Repair, System Restore and the Windows Memory Diagnostic tool.

Insert a CD into the CD/DVD-ROM drive. Click the "Start" button. Type "backup" in the search box and click the "Backup and Restore" search result entry. Select the "Create a System Repair Disc" option in the left column. Click "Yes" or "OK" if a user account control message appears. Click the "Drive" drop-down menu and select the name and letter of your CD/DVD drive. Press the "Create Disc" button. Wait for the progress bar to turn completely green and Windows to finish the repair disc. Click "Close" and then "OK" to exit the repair disc wizard. Hope this helps.

Jan 04, 2013 | Dell OPTIPLEX 745 PC Desktop

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crossfire wont back up from Windows 7


1.

Connect the external hard disk drive to the computer. Make sure that the external hard disk drive is powered on.


2. Create a Windows 7 system repair disc. To do this, follow these steps:


Click Start Collapse this imageExpand this im, type create a system repair disc in the Start Search box, and then click Create a System Repair Disc in the Programs list.



Follow the instructions to create the disc.


3. Note You must have a CD or DVD burner to create a system repair disc.


4. Start an elevated command prompt. To do this, follow these steps:


Click Start Collapse this imageExpand th, type command prompt in the Start Search box, right-click command Prompt in the Programs list, and then click Run as administrator.


5. At the command prompt, type the following command, and then press ENTER:

C:\Windows\System32\REAgentC.exe /disable


6. Disconnect the external hard disk drive.


7. At the elevated command prompt, type the following command, and then press ENTER:

C:\Windows\System32\REAgentC.exe /enable

Note This operation might fail. In this case, if you have to have access to recovery tools, use the Windows 7 system repair disc that you created in step 2.


8. Reconnect the external hard disk drive to the computer.


9. Start the Backup and Restore Wizard to back up your files and data to the external hard disk drive.


Hope this helps


Sep 26, 2012 | SmartDisk Crossfire Desktop (xf160f) 160...

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how do i restore my toshiba laptop with the recovery cd, where can i get the recovery cd


Recovery CD is saved as a recovery partition on the system, which needs to be written/burn onto the CD/DVD.
Steps to create a recovery disc (Insert a blank DVD in the CD/DVD rom) -
1. Click Start
2. Select All Programs
3. Select Recovery Disc Creator.
Recovery Disk Creator
4. Within the Recovery Disc Creator select Create

If you dont have the above options, you need to call the tech support and ask for the recovery disc & it will be shipped to you.

Jul 09, 2009 | Toshiba Satellite M45-S265 Notebook

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