Boot With Your Windows DVD To Repair Windows Problems
Windows can be difficult enough to solve problems when things most probably go wrong because there are so many things that might go wrong! Sure, you can surf the internet in search of responses, but if things go wrong with Windows, you may find yourself resorting to the Windows DVD’s repair and recovery options.
You can use some really useful repair and recovery alternatives to attempt to get your computer up and running again. But you’ll need to boot from the DVD and operate the Windows setup to use these instruments, but instead of going through the installation you’d choose the option to repair your laptop than by pressing the Install key as shown in the picture below.
You will receive a list of alternatives to choose from after pressing Repair your laptop.
You’ll have several alternatives to choose from on the first screen. If you select the Continue option, the repair method will either exit and continue to boot into Windows or at least attempt to do so. So assuming you don’t want to use this option is safe if you don’t change your mind about attempting to repair your laptop and want to see if you’re fortunate attempting to boot it again.
Choosing to turn off your PC option will clearly just shut down your laptop you’d only use this once again if you decide you’re not currently trying any of the repair alternatives.
Then there’s an alternative to use a machine. You can use this option to attempt booting to another device mounted on your desktop, such as a USB phone, CD\DVD, or booting from the network.
The option you really want to use is the Troubleshoot option because there are many things you can do as you can see in the Advanced option section once you enter this section.
This is what each of the alternatives is going to do:
- System Restore-This will restore the system setup of your computer back to the point of your choice. But the catch is that at that moment a point of restore had to be made. By restoring your system, you restore Windows to the way it was at the time, but it won’t affect any of your personal files that have been created since the point of restore was made.
- System Image Recovery-You may use this option to restore Windows back to the manner it was when you formed the picture if you produced a system recovery disk by chance before you had any issues. Creation of the picture is performed from the Windows Backup tool.
- Start Repair-Windows will reboot itself when running Startup Repair and run some diagnostics to see if it can figure out why it won’t boot your laptop into Windows.
- Command Prompt-Many times you can use particular instruments for troubleshooting that can only be executed from a prompt for commands. Use this option to open a timely command to execute these command kinds.
- UEFI Firmware Settings — Use this option to create adjustments to your UEFI firmware that can be considered an updated version of the ancient BIOS (Basic Input Output System) used for centuries. UEFI is a program for software specification that links the firmware of a computer to its operating system.
- Go back to the past version-If your current Windows version doesn’t work properly and nothing else seems to solve it, you can use this option to go back to the previous version. If you have upgraded from Windows 7 or 8 then in a certain amount of moment you can go back to that. If you’ve been all the time on Windows 10, it’ll go back to the earlier build. Keep in mind that using this option to return to Windows 7 or 8 will remove any personal files, software, and settings you have set up on your computer.
As you can see, there are several choices to choose from which you can attempt to restore and run your computer. If nothing you’re trying to do works for some reason and you feel the need to format and begin from scratch but want to get your files backed up first, you can attempt booting to a live Linux CD and copying them to a Linux operating system flash drive.