As was the case with Vista when Windows becomes unbootable, you can use system recovery tool, in Windows 7, the installation DVD options for recover the system.
Windows 7 also incorporates a very interesting feature: the creation of a repair disk directly from the system.
- In Control Panel, click System and Security (System and Security), and then click Backup and Restore (Backup and Restore).
- In the left pane, click Create a system recovery disk (Create a system recovery disc);
- Insert a blank CD in the DVD, and then click Create Disk (Create Disc).
- The disc is created is a few seconds:
- To check, reboot the system on the DVD player.
- After loading the files, select the language, and then click Next (Next).
- Windows 7 installed the system is found, click Next (Next):
- The recovery tools appear:
- Repair boot (Startup Repair)
- System Restore to an earlier date (System Restore)
- Restoring a backup image (Image Recovery System)
- Memory Diagnostic Tool Windows (Windows Memory Diagnostic)
- Command Prompt (Command Prompt)
It is hoped that the PC brand that does not provide the installation DVD will not bypass this feature which will repair a failing system.