Customize options of Windows 7 System Repair Disk

March 6, 2012 at 12:19:16
Specs: Dell optiplex 960, Core 2 t8500/3gb
Hey guys
Hope u all r fine and doing well, i have some problem with system recovery can i remove other
options from system repair disk exepted Restore from system image.
or any way to boot system image partition with f10 or something like that to have
Recovery partition like Factory default
Please help
Best regards

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#1
March 6, 2012 at 12:49:34
Ms offers tools to create almost anything you want. You'd have to know a bit more about how your system uses the F key to activate this task but it should be able to be done. I can't see any reason for it.

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#2
March 7, 2012 at 04:28:47
You need to create the system repair disc. If you don’t create one, you limit your recovery options. The system repair disc is not the same thing as the recovery disc that came with your computer.

1) Insert the System Repair disc in the DVD drive and restart the computer.

2) For just a few seconds, the screen displays Press any key to boot from CD or DVD. Press any key. Click Next.

3) When System Recover is finished searching for Windows installations, click Next.

4)Choose Use Recovery Tools That Can Help Fix Problems Starting Windows. Click Next.

5) Choose a Recovery Tool:
Choose the tool that best suits your situation. Best recommendation: Use the first three options in the order listed, restarting after each one.

Startup Repair: A good first attempt. Automatically fix problems that are preventing Windows from starting.

System Restore: Restore Windows to an earlier point in time. Choose this option if Windows 7 starts, but something has changed since a recent installation or update. You'll pick a restore point based on date and time (start with the most recent). You may lose recent program changes, but not your data.

System Image Recovery: Recover your computer using a system image you created during a backup. Choose this option if the first two don't fix a problem and you have a relatively recent system image.

With System Image Recovery, you will lose data created or changed since the image was created, unless you have that data on a separate device, such as a flash drive.

6) After using any of these tools, click Restart. Click Shut Down if you've had enough for the time being.


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