Creating a System Repair Disk in Windows 7 is very useful. You can start your computer from the system repair cd, and fix problems which are preventing Windows from starting, do a system restore, perform a system image recovery from a image you made with Windows 7 back up wizard, run a memory diagnostic to test for bad RAM, and use the command prompt to back up files, delete files, and do other administrative tasks.Â Making a repair disk in Windows 7 is simple. The System repair disk can save you a lot of time when you can’t log in to Windows because of an error. For example, if your hard drive crashes, you can buy a new hard drive and reimage your hard drive to its previous state if you image your drive with Windows back up wizard with the Windows 7 repair CD.
1. Type System repair disc on the start menu’s text box.
2. Insert a CD-R or DVD-R into your CD/DVD Burner. I recommend Verbatim 95101 4.7 GB 16X DVD-R, 50-Disc Spindle. They don’t cost a lot, and the discs are great since I get very few disc burn errors.
3. Pick the CD/DVD Drive your CD-R disc isÂ in from the drop down menu, and click create disk.