boot windows 7 system

September 30, 2015 at 15:08:26
Specs: Windows 64
Having to work on windows 10 FOR cd to reboot windows 7 other computer... no access to windows 7 computer to fix this cd

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#1
September 30, 2015 at 15:31:29
Can you explain a little more clearly what you're trying to do?

Do you mean you have a windows-10 installation on one computer, and a windows-7 on another; and that you can't boot into the windows-7 computer?

If this is correct... Why can't you boot into the windows-7 computer? Does it start up at least? What was happening with this windows-7 computer to cause the problems you have with it now (whatever they are)?

Also makes and models of both computers might be useful - and indicate which one is the windows-7.


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#2
September 30, 2015 at 17:47:22
Your post is very difficult to understand. If English isn't your native language, repost your question in whatever language it is you're fluent in & we'll run thru google translate.

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#3
September 30, 2015 at 20:01:44
It appears that you want to make a Windows 7 Repair Disk in order to do a start up repair, System Restore, or other repairs to your non-bootable Windows 7 machine. There are sites if you google it that say you can download to make a repair disk and others that say you can download a Windows 7 install disk ISO image and burn it and use that to do your repair but be careful that you have a legitimate site and not a scam.
A better idea is to see if any of your friends or coworkers have a Windows 7 machine and are willing to let you make the Repair Disk on their machine (Back up section), just make sure that their machine and your machine are both either 32bit or both 64bit versions.
Another option if you know that the machine is Windows 10 compatible and you have a current back up of your files that are on it, is to download the Windows 10 ISO image, burn the DVD, boot the Windows 7 machine to it and do a clean install (do not save anything from the current system) and restore your files back to it after. If you do not have the back up you can use a Linux disk like Puppy Linux and boot to that and copy your files first to external media.

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.


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#4
October 2, 2015 at 06:10:04
Acer Windows 10 not able to use my dvd to burn a windows cd the computer that needs help seems to have crashed... and I need a system disk burned to bring it back to life.

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#5
October 2, 2015 at 06:12:22
Thanks.... the computer has crashed... I need a system disk to bring it back... You know the common files like command.com, config.sys and others like that.

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#6
October 2, 2015 at 06:13:45
I have a windows 7 repair disk but it says it cannot boot the windows 7, says its not correct

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#7
October 2, 2015 at 06:14:38
I was born and raised in Texas... where are you from? Everyone else seemed to understand. Read other comments.

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#8
October 2, 2015 at 15:13:21
OK - you have an Acer with duff (damaged/faulty) CD/DVDROM...; and thus it won't burn disks... But possibly it "will" read disks OK?

You have another computer with a working CD/DVD burner?

If so... the Finger's suggests a few options:

The first:

There are sites if you google it that say you can download to make a repair disk and others that say you can download a Windows 7 install disk ISO image and burn it and use that to do your repair but be careful that you have a legitimate site and not a scam".

The second possibly being easier:

"A better idea is to see if any of your friends or coworkers have a Windows 7 machine and are willing to let you make the Repair Disk on their machine (Back up section), just make sure that their machine and your machine are both either 32bit or both 64bit versions."

Back to the first suggestion; this list provides a few possible sources for a download... Perhaps have a look-see?

http://tinyurl.com/o28gfx8

Why pholks were querying where you're from and references to English perhaps not being your prime/first language? You very brief/truncated first post could have been better presented: this statement (part of long sentence with no punctuation at all...)

no access to windows 7 computer to fix this cd

isn't the clearest statement... Seemed to refer to fixing a cd, rather than a damaged installation or whatever? Hence the kopnphusions...

This is another list of sources that may also help resolve you dilemma - obtaining a cd/dvd which will "phyxe (fix) your crashed windows-7 system.

http://tinyurl.com/q9xrnum

Konphusions = confusions.. (All slightly modified alternative spellings courtesy of G. B. Shaw...)

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