- Click on Start and then on Control Panel.
- Now click on System and Security and then click on Backup your computer.
- Over on the left, click on Create a system repair disc.
- Put a blank CD or DVD into your drive.
- Click Create disc and wait just a minute or so.
- The system will finish and will remind you to label your disc.
- Close out of the programs and you're done.
- Be sure to label your disc so you can find it when you need it.
This tutorial i took from butterscotch.com and hope it helps new users to windows 7 as it can be quite useful to have a repair disc at hand
There is also a video to watch if you would like to have a look requires apple quick time
Last edited by JayCub; 07-21-2010 at 02:13 AM.
It's found in the Help files of Windows too...if you had read it (Seriously, there's lots of good info in the Help files...I read them before when I had absolutely nothing else to do)
And yes, if you have the Windows 7 Setup disc with you, you wouldn't need to create this repair disc..it's already 'inside'. You just have to choose the right option when you insert the disc..
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You don't even need to make a bootable system repair disk.... simply hit F8 while booting, and look and see how the 'Repair Your Computer' option looks like....
oh wait, it's the exact same as the bootable disk! I thought this was a nice add-on by MS.
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