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How to Use a System Repair Disc to Restore Windows 7

SK Mezanul Haque

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3 Responses

  1. Deven says:

    When i try choosing the “Use Recovery Tools” it says this: “This Version of system recovery options is not compatible with the version of windows you are trying to repair. try using a recovery disc that is compatible with this version of windows.” I have windows 7 and i am using the right disc, but why is it not working? Please help me.

  2. Richard Tattersall says:

    I moved a system drive with Windows 7/64 Ultimate from a Gigabyte system, the motherboard retired, to an HP Pavilion desk-top. I booted off the System Recovery disc. and ran “start-up repair” It repaired it based on the motherboard it was on, not the board it came from. The system booted, The second time, all the divers were loaded.
    I didn’t need to do a fresh instal, and I didn’t loose any software or files. I DID have to reactivate. It was almost four years since I built it. It activated.
    You’re not supposed to be able to do that, They’re wrong.

  3. sunny says:

    How to restore to an earlier or last month date?
    On system restore I don’t have the date that when my windows 7 was normal I have the cd which is normal.

    restore to an earlier date when it as working fine:
    which I don’t have the date. I remember restoring my pc in 2010 but It’s not in the list.
    On my w7 it does not have the before date only my cd have it when it was normal.

    If I’m using the cd can I restore my w7 only not format it so that it will be normal as it was before.
    I download w8 pack skin had problem when uninstalling it it still remains on the destop.

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