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System Recovery & DaRT (Menu walkthrough)
 
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Content of Startup Repair: - Initialize network connectivity in the background? (Yes, No) - Remap the drive letters to match the mapping from the target operating system? (Yes, No) - Keyboard input (language) - Log on as a local user (User, Password) System Recovery Options: - Startup Repair - System Restore - System Image Recovery - Windows Memory Diagnostic - Command Prompt - Microsoft Diagnostics and Recovery Toolset Diagnostics and Recovery Toolset: - Registry Editor - Locksmith (reset local account passwords) - Crash Analyzer (for crash dumps) - File Restore (recover deleted files) - Disk Commander (repair volumes, MBR, partition) - Disk Wipe (erase HDD) - Computer Management (system information, autorun, events, storage, services, drivers) - Explorer (browse local HDD) - Solution Wizard (repair tools) - TCP/IP Config - Hotfix Uninstall - SFC Scan (repair system files) - Search (search for files) - Standalone System Sweeper (scan for malware, rootkits, unwanted software)
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How To Repair Windows 7 And Fix Corrupt Files Without CD/DVD [Tutorial]
 
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Repair Windows 7 startup using a built-in utility in Windows. Topics addressed in this tutorial: repair Windows 7 without CD repair windows 7 using command prompt repair Windows 7 boot repair Windows 7 without using CD repair windows 7 boot error 0xc00000e9 repair Windows 7 using automatic repair repair Windows 7 command prompt repair Windows 7 using usb repair Windows 7 startup repair windows 7 repair Windows 7 after changing motherboard repair Windows 7 after failed update repair Windows 7 after replacing motherboard repair windows 7 asus repair Windows 7 after new motherboard repair windows 7 command line repair Windows 7 corrupted files repair Windows 7 cmd how to repair Windows 7 without cd Startup Repair - or Automatic Repair in Windows 8, 8.1, and Reset in Windows 10 will try to automatically repair computers that are unbootable because of any of a number of reasons. Startup Issues this guide can help with : Has your Registry become corrupted? Are there missing or damaged system and driver files? Are you experiencing Disk metadata corruption like MBR, partition table, and boot sector or file system metadata corruption? Having issues installing problem or incompatible drivers? Installation of Windows service packs and patches coming back with incompatible errors? Corrupt boot configuration data? Bad memory and hard disk hardware errors? You will want to run a Startup Repair when you are experiencing these issues, but while its early enough that no other issues have been caused as a knock on effect. This tutorial will apply for computers, laptops, desktops,and tablets running the Windows 10, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 7 operating systems.Works for all major computer manufactures (Dell, HP, Acer, Asus, Toshiba, Lenovo, Samsung)
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How to Find Missing Command Prompt in Startup Repair or Forgot Password
 
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Some of you have been saying that command prompt is missing from Windows Startup Repair - Advanced Options. And some of you have been saying that when you go into Advanced Options it asks for a password and you do not remember it so you can't access system recovery options. So hopefully this tutorial will help you get into Command Prompt from Startup Repair. First, you will need to restart your computer again. When you get to "Startup repair cannot repair this computer automatically" then click on "View Problem Details". Then scroll down and click on X:\Windows\system32\en-US\eroffpls.txt This will open Notepad. In Notepad click on "File" then "Open" and then double click "Computer" and then double click "Local Disk". Start typing in Windows and then double click on "Windows". Start typing SYS and then double click "System32". Start typing cmd and then right click on the "cmd" and click on "Open". This should open command prompt and you can then start the repair commands such as bootrec /fixboot. I recommend that you watch my other video on "How to fix Startup repair cannot repair this computer automatically" at https://youtu.be/L26ft53EyGI If you still can't get to startup repair using this method then you can boot your computer with Windows 10 Install Media. If you do not have Windows 10 Install Media you can download it at https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/ To boot with the Windows 10 Install Media as soon as you restart your PC you will have to tell the computer to boot from the disc. You may have to look up the instructions from your PC manufacturer on how to change the boot drive. It could be a key such as F2, F12, Delete, or Esc. Once you see the "Windows Setup" screen where it asks you to set the Language and Keyboard press SHIFT+F10 on the keyboard. This should bring up Command Prompt. Now you can type in the commands to start fixing Windows such as bootrec /fixboot. I recommend that you watch my other video on "How to fix Startup repair cannot repair this computer automatically" at https://youtu.be/L26ft53EyGI
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Repair Windows 10 Using Automatic Repair [Tutorial]
 
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Repair Windows 10 using Automatic Repair functionality built-into Windows. You can also achieve this troubleshooting menu by downloading the Windows 10 Media Creation tool through Microsoft (link below), burn to a CD/DVD/USB, and boot computer to media. Proceed to select "Repair Your Computer" option on the bottom right corner of the window after selecting language and keyboard inputs. Windows 10 comes with its own repair tool but sometimes Windows 10 Automatic Repair can’t fix your problems — this is that dreaded moment when the “Windows 10 Automatic Repair couldn’t repair your PC” message appears. This is a strange problem but fortunately for you, there’s a way to fix it. How To Fix “Windows 10 Automatic Repair Couldn’t Repair Your PC”? Fix – Windows 10 Automatic Repair couldn’t repair your PC Solution 1 – Use Command Prompt from Windows 10 Boot Options menu After your computer restarts several times, you should see Windows 10 Boot Options menu. When Boot Options menu appears, you need to do the following: Choose Troubleshoot, then Advanced Options. Select Command Prompt from list of options. When Command Prompt appears, enter the following lines and press Enter after each line in order to run it: bootrec.exe /rebuildbcd bootrec.exe /fixmbr bootrec.exe /fixboot Some users are also suggesting that you need to run additional chkdsk commands as well. To perform these commands, you need to know drive letters for all your hard drive partitions. In Command Prompt you should enter the following (but remember to use the letters that match your hard drive partitions on your PC): chkdsk /r c: chkdsk /r d: This is just our example, so keep in mind that you have to perform chkdsk command for every hard drive partition that you have. Restart your computer and check if the issue is resolved. If you’re still having issues on your PC or you simply want to avoid them for the future, we recommend you to download this tool to scan and fix various PC problems, such as file loss, malware and hardware failure. Solution 2 – Boot to Safe Mode and run Command Prompt Users have reported that “Windows 10 Automatic Repair couldn’t repair your PC” message is sometimes caused by a bad driver, such as a Microsoft Windows driver for a wireless Logitech mouse, for example. If you’re having this problem and you use similar hardware, try this solution: After your computer restarts few times, you should boot to Boot Options menu. Choose Troubleshoot , then Advanced options, then Startup Settings. Click the Restart button, and your computer should now restart and give you a list of options. Choose Enable Safe Mode with Networking. When Safe Mode starts, you need to download updated version of the driver that’s giving you trouble. You can download the driver from manufacturer’s website, and you can save it to your USB flash drive. Press Windows Key + X and choose Command Prompt (Admin) from the list. When Command Prompt starts, enter the following and press Enter to run it: DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth Fix – “Windows 10 Automatic Repair couldn’t repair your PC” loop Solution 1 – Disable early launch anti-malware protection Sometimes you might get stuck in a “Windows 10 Automatic Repair couldn’t repair your PC” loop and this could be due to Early launch anti-malware protection option. To disable this option, follow these steps: After a few restarts, you should be able toaccess Boot Menu. In the Boot Menu, choose Troubleshoot, then Advanced Options, then Startup Settings. Your computer should now restart and give you a list of options. Choose Disable early launch anti-malware protection (it should be option no. 8). Restart your computer, and check if the issue has been resolved. It has been reported that this problem can sometimes appear again. If this happens, repeat all the steps and uninstall your antivirus software. Users have reported some problems with Norton 360 antivirus software (although we assume the problem can be created by other antivirus software as well), so after you’ve deleted this application, everything should go back to normal. This tutorial will apply for computers, laptops, desktops,and tablets running the Windows 10 operating system (Home, Professional, Enterprise, Education) from all supported hardware manufactures, like Dell, HP, Acer, Asus, Toshiba,Lenovo, and Samsung).
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Advanced Boot Options in Windows 7
 
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Learn about the Advanced Boot Options available to get your computer going if it won’t start normally. Show Notes: http://helpfulvideotips.com/pdfs/AdvancedBootOptionsInWindows7.pdf
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Advanced System Restore for Windows 7
 
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Please help support this video by visiting my blog at http://www.diypcrepairs.net This video walkthrough will look at how to use system restore when you can't boot in to Windows 7. Maybe you have installed a software update or made a change to your computer that has stopped Windows from starting up. If only you could roll back your computer to a time before you installed that update or made that change! If you have a Windows 7 install DVD there is a way to access system restore without starting Windows. This should only be use as a last resort when you can't start Windows 7.
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3 methods to access Advanced Startup Options in Windows 10
 
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If you have problem on Windows 8/10, for instance, unexpected system shutdown, blue screen error, infected with virus/malware, and hence, the system is unstable, you can troubleshoot the problem by access advanced startup. Advanced startup options allow you to perform these actions: - Boot into safe mode to fix problem about installed programs and drivers. - Fix boot problem with startup repair - Restore system with System Restore or System Image Backup - Reinstall Windows with ‘reset your PC’ feature In this video, I will show 3 methods to access advanced startup options in Windows 10. 1. Access advanced startup options from Windows by hold ‘Shift’ key while select ‘Restart’ 2. Boot to advanced startup options with Windows installation media or recovery drive 3. Use hard reset to access advanced startup options
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How to recover from system image in WINDOWS 10
 
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This video demonstrates on how to recover from system image in WINDOWS 10 in detail.
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How to Boot into Safe Mode On Windows 10 (3 Ways)
 
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Easy 3 ways to boot into Windows 10 Safe Mode learn how to start Windows Startup Settings (including safe mode) on Windows 10 Method 1: Using System Configuration tool 1. Press the Win+R key combination and type msconfig in the run. 2. Click the Boot tab. Check the "Safe boot" box and Click ok and your computer will boot into Safe Mode next time it restarts. Method 2: Shift + Restart Option Press the Power button from Start menu, or at Windows login screen. Then, press and hold the SHIFT key on your keyboard and click Restart. Method 3: Shift+F8 Hold the Shift button and mash the F8 key when Windows starts. This will sometimes boot you into the new advanced repair options. 1. Click on the Troubleshoot option 2. Now select Advanced Options. 3. Now choose the Windows Startup Settings option 4. Then hit the Restart button 5. Press the F4 key on your keyboard, to enable Safe Mode If F8 and Shift+F8 is not working or if Windows 10 doesn’t boot properly, then you can enable the legacy Advanced Boot Options menu that allows you to press F8 upon statup: watch this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EvtuANm_Zjs Tags: Enter Windows 10 Safe Mode, safe boot, How to enter safe boot, Windows 10 booting problem, Windows 10 Startup Settings, windows 10 safe boot options, windows 10 no safe mode, windows 10 booting to black screen, windows 10 booting problem, windows 10 boot failure, fix slow boot-up issues after free upgrade, Windows 10 slow boot
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How to Repair your Windows 7 Installation if it won't Boot (Official Dell Tech Support)
 
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Learn how to use the Windows System Restore feature to repair software issues from outside of the operating system. A Windows System Restore returns your computer to a previous time, removing recent changes to the software on your computer without destroying new files you may have saved or created. JJ, Here are some links to help you get Window,Drivers and Installed Software Installed. Manually Installing Windows 7 http://www.dell.com/support/contents/us/en/19/article/Product-Support/Self-support-Knowledgebase/windows-7-support?c=us&l=en&s=dhs&cs=19 Drivers http://www.dell.com/support/home/us/en/19?c=us&l=en&s=dhs Installed Software http://www.dell.com/support/contents/us/en/19/article/Product-Support/Self-support-Knowledgebase/app-software?c=us&l=en&s=dhs&cs=19 Other Installed Software https://smartsource.dell.com/Web/Welcome.aspx?ReturnUrl=%2fweb%2fmain.aspx
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7 Ways to Boot to Advanced Startup Options in Windows 10
 
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7 Ways to Boot to Advanced Startup Options in Windows 10 If your having trouble with your computer and you want to troubleshoot or repair it, then booting to Advanced Startup Options is the way to start to fix any errors or BSOD you maybe having with your computer. Even if the pc wont boot up, you can still get to Advanced Startup Options 1. Boot to Advanced Startup Options from Power Menu 2. Boot to Advanced Startup Options from Windows 10 Installation USB or DVD 3. Boot to Advanced Startup Options from Command Prompt 4. Boot to Advanced Startup Options from a Hard Reboot 5. Boot to Advanced Startup Options from Settings in Windows 10 6. Boot to Advanced Startup Options from Recovery Drive 7. Advanced startup options windows 10 8. Advanced startup options windows 8 9. Advanced startup options windows 8.1 10. shutdown /r /o /f /t 00 11. shutdown /r /o and more Join our forum http://www.briteccomputers.co.uk/forum
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MCTS 70-680: Windows7 Bare Metal Restore using a system image
 
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This video looks at restoring your Windows 7 using a system image saved to the network using Windows Backup and Restore. Check out http://YouTube.com/ITFreeTraining or http://itfreetraining.com for more of our always free training videos. In this case, the original image is taken from a Hyper-V virtual machine and then restored to a VMware virtual machine. Both virtual machines have different hardware and the restore is a Bare Metal Restore to different hardware. Demonstration 01:45 To be able to recover Windows 7 using Backup and Restore, you need to ensure that the backup you performed had a system image included or you manually created a system image. A system image will save all the file and folders on the hard disk to a VHD file. Backup and Restore also supports a file and folder style backup. Because of this, the system image could be used to recover your operating system. If there were changes made to the user documents file since the system image was performed and the File and Folder style backup was run, this backup can be used to restore the user files while the system image can be used to restore the operating system. This video will look at using both to restore the operating system. It should be pointed out however, if your system image backup is up to date, this is the only backup that you need to use to restore the system. Demo Backups in Windows 7 are done using the Backup and Restore utility. This can be found in the control panel under "system and security." A system image backup can be included in a backup or can be performed manually by selecting the option on the left hand side, "create a system image backup." In this video, a system image is saved to the network. When saving a system image to the network, the one image file can only support one backup instance. This is because this feature required some features of NTFS that are not supported when connecting to a network share. In other words, incremental changes to the system image are not recorded. A system image performed over the network will only contain the one system image with the files from the last time it was run. If you were to the save the system image on a drive that had NTFS, a history of system images would be present with the number of revisions depending on how much space the hard disk had. To restore the operating system on another computer with different hardware, you need software to boot the computer. In Backup and Restore you can create a system repair disc. If you have the original Windows 7 DVD, you can use that to boot and select the option "repair your computer" on the welcome screen. Regardless of whether you use the repair disc or the Windows 7 disc, select the option from the system recovery options to restore your computer using a system image that you created earlier. Once you browse to the system image, it will be used to recover your computer. Once the system image has been copied to the new computer, you can also restore additional user documents that have been backed up using the file and folder backup. If Backup and Restore can't restore particular files because they are in use, logout and login as another user and perform the restore using that user.
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Windows 10 How to get the advanced startup menu options
 
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If you want to gt to the andvanced startup menu this is the way in Windows 10
System Restore in Safe Mode with Command Prompt (Windows 7)
 
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You can try to restore your Windows 7 operating system using Safe Mode with Command Prompt in order to recover from ransomware infection. Note: In order to use System Restore option you must have at least one system restore point previously created. Video source: https://malwareless.com/
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Windows 7 System Restore
 
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For more info visit: http://www.diypcrepairs.net System Restore within Windows 7 System restore in Windows 7 is a great tool for helping you get back from all kinds of problems you maybe having with your computer. Maybe you have installed some kind of software that has made your computer act strangely or a Windows update has had a bad effect on your pc. Windows system restore is also a great safety net when you know you are about to make changes on your computer. Before you alter or install that software creating a system restore point gives you somewhere to go back to if you are not happy with the results. I'll now show you how to roll back to an earlier system restore point if you are using Windows 7.
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Repair Windows 8 using Automatic Repair
 
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Repair Windows 8 using Automatic Repair Having computer problems?, Missing or corrupt drivers? corrupt system files? corrupt boot configuration settings? Corrupt registry settings? master boot record, partition table, boot sector? or even problematic windows update installation? all these startup problems will be attempt and automatically fixed. I will show you in this simple video how to solve and fix your own startup problems. http://www.briteccomputers.co.uk
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How To Restore Your Computer Back To An Earlier Time - Windows 7/8/10
 
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Restore your computer to an earlier time In this video we go over how to access system restore, how to create a restore point and how to ultimately roll-back to a previously created restore point in the event that troubleshooting is needed. Sometimes a system restore will not resolve all of this issues, but it is definitely a good starting point most of the time. Restore from a system restore point This option takes your PC back to an earlier point in time, called a system restore point. Restore points are generated when you install a new app, driver, or Windows update, and when you create a restore point manually. Restoring won’t affect your personal files, but it will remove apps, drivers, and updates installed after the restore point was made. Use a recovery drive to restore or reset your PC If your PC won’t start, you can use a recovery drive to restore from a system restore point or reset your PC. For info on how to create a recovery drive on a working PC, see Create a recovery drive. If you're using a recovery drive created on Windows 10: Connect the recovery drive and turn on your PC. On the Choose an option screen, select Troubleshoot, and then select an option. (If you don’t see the Choose your option screen, your PC might not be set up to boot from a drive. Check your PC manufacturer’s website for info on how to change your PC’s boot order.) To restore from a system restore point, select Advanced Options, then select System Restore. This won't affect your personal files, but it will remove recently installed apps, drivers, and updates that might be causing your PC problems. To reinstall Windows 10, select Recover from a drive. This will remove your personal files, apps and drivers you installed, and changes you made to settings. Use installation media to restore or reset your PC If your PC won't start and you haven't created a recovery drive, download installation media and use it to restore from a system restore point or reset your PC. On a working PC, go to the Microsoft software download website. Download the media creation tool and then run it. Select Create installation media for another PC. Choose a language, edition, and architecture (64-bit or 32-bit). Follow the steps to create installation media, and then select Finish. Connect the installation media you created to your nonfunctional PC, and then turn it on. On the initial setup screen, enter your language and other preferences, and then select Next. If you're not seeing the setup screen, your PC might not be set up to boot from a drive. Check your PC manufacturer's website for info on how to change your PC's boot order, and then try again. Select Repair your computer. On the Choose an option screen, select Troubleshoot. From there, you can: Restore from a system restore point by selecting Advanced options, then System Restore. This will remove recently installed apps, drivers, and updates that might be causing your PC problems. Restoring from a restore point won’t affect your personal files. Select Reset this PC to reinstall Windows 10. This will remove apps and drivers you installed and changes you made to settings, but lets you choose to keep or remove your personal files. Use installation media to reinstall Windows 10 Before you follow these steps, try resetting your PC using installation media. If that doesn't work, you can use the same installation media to reinstall Windows 10 (also called performing a clean installation of Windows). Go back to your previous version of Windows For a limited time after upgrading to Windows 10, you’ll be able to go back to your previous version of Windows Issues addressed in this tutorial: How to restore your computer Restore your computer Restore your computer to an earlier time Restore your computer to factory settings Restore your computer from a system image backup Restore your computer to an earlier time Windows 10 How to restore your computer like new for Windows 10, Windows 8/8.1 and Windows 7 This tutorial will apply for computers, laptops, desktops,and tablets running the Windows 10, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 7 operating systems.Works for all major computer manufactures (Dell, HP, Acer, Asus, Toshiba, Lenovo, Samsung).
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How to Recover Windows 10 Registry From a Backup Copy ♻️📝💻
 
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👍 Watch how to recover Windows 10 registry from a backup copy. Windows 10 operating system has a built-in database of system settings and programs, known as registry. Read: Complete Guide to Backing Up and Restoring the Windows 10 Registry - https://hetmanrecovery.com/recovery_news/complete-guide-to-backing-up-and-restoring-the-windows-10-registry.htm. Inexperienced users are not recommended to make any changes to the registry, delete or add settings as it can result in system failures and the need for Windows 10 registry recovery. Numerous registry errors and incorrect work can also cause the system to become inoperable and even stop booting. Windows 10 automatically backs up the registry every 10 days, and this copy is stored in the folder “Local disk C (where the operating system is installed) /Windows/System32/config/Regback". You can also adjust manually how backup copies are created, with the help of Task Scheduler. To do it, go to Control Panel / Administrative Tools / Task Scheduler. Next, click on Task Scheduler Library / Microsoft / Windows / Registry, and after you right-click on the line “RegIdleBackup” press “Properties.” In the “Triggers” tab click on “Create” and select the settings you need. For example, “On Schedule,” “Weekly,” “Every first week on Saturday” and click OK. After that, Windows 10 will automatically create a registry backup copy based on your settings. You can restore the registry from an automatically created backup copy with the help of the command prompt started in the System Restore Environment. In order to enter the System Restore Environment, you can use a recovery disk, a boot disk or a flash drive, and you can also get there after three failed attempts to start Windows 10 when the restore environment starts automatically (I have spoken about all these methods im my previous videos). In the restore environment, click on Troubleshoot / Advanced options / Command Prompt. As the system disk letter may be other than C, you should enter the command “Diskpart” and then “list volume.” Now let’s see which letter indicates the system disk (in my case this is disk C) and type in “Exit.” Then enter this command: Xcopy c:\windows\system32\config\regback c:\windows\system32\config, press “Enter” and confirm replacement of registry files from a backup copy by pressing the Latin letter “a.” After the process is over, close the command prompt and restart the computer to see if the system operability was restored. You can also create a backup copy of the registry and restore the registry manually by using such copy. To do it, start the “Run” function (press Win + R), enter the command “regedit” and click OK. I would like to note that this method is only suitable if you want to restore the registry sections which are not used by the system. Now, click once on “Computer” and select “Export” in the tab “File.” Specify the path where you want to save the backup copy (in my case, it is “Documents”), specify the file name, for example, “Backup” and click on “Save.” You should wait until the registry copy is saved. After that, go to the folder “Documents” to see that the registry backup file has been saved successfully. This is how you can restore the registry from a manually created backup copy. For maximal effect of this method, Windows 10 should be booted in safe mode with command prompt support. (You can see how to boot Windows 10 in safe mode in my previous video). Type “regedit” in the command prompt and press “Enter.” In the tab “File” click on “Import” and look for the previously saved registry backup file. Click on it and select “Open.” When the process is over, you will see an error that some files cannot be imported because they are used by the system. As I have already said, this method can help you to restore only those parts of the registry which are not used by the system (in safe mode, you reduce the number of registry sections used by the system to a minimum). Now restart the computer to see if the system operability was restored. A better and more effective way to restore the system (including the registry) in Windows 10 will be to use restore points (you can learn more about restore points by watching my previous video). Thank you for your attention and good luck! If you liked this video, click the Like button below and subscribe to our channel to see more. Other videos: #WindowsRegistry, #BackupCopy, #Windows, #ComputerSettings, #Regedit, #RestoreRegistryBackup. Playlist: Tuning and Adjusting Windows 10: Restore Points, Resetting Passwords, Backup, Defragmentation, Compatibility Mode - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWfvrWYvsWiIIvLGyaCgBbwreA08y_ycT.
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Fixing Windows 7 Start-up Problems
 
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In this screencast I'm going to take a look at another tool you can use if you find yourself in a position where you're Windows 7 computer will not start-up. I've covered safe mode and last known good configuration in other screencast and this start-up recovery tool will also help to get your Windows back on it's feet and running as it should. Please visit http://www.diypcrepairs.net for more info
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Solution to "Drive where windows is installed is locked" (UEFI Mode)
 
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Music Track: 'Trips' By Topher Mohr and Alex Elena A simple video showing how to tackle with the problem "Drive where windows is installed is locked" or "A required drive partition is missing" or "The requested system device cannot be found" when Windows is installed in UEFI Mode. Wanna support me? Visit: https://paypal.me/nehaljwani Win8_Image: https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=513066133E61F6FA!142&authkey=!AL48G3xvY8yyRQU&ithint=file%2ciso https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8gx-_8z_Gq_NU9kZlAxaU52MGc/view?usp=sharing [List of Standard Replies] Please watch my video with annotations turned on. You have to shrink an existing windows partition to create space for creating an EFI partition. Example: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lfv9UYjrPhQ In order for me to help you, Please share the output for the commands: diskpart list disk sel disk 0 list vol list partition Take a picture of the output using your smartphone / camera and upload them on picpaste.com and share the link. For RAW guys: Your C: is being shown as RAW. It should be shown as NTFS. Somehow you seem to have screwed up your partition file system. Type the command: chkdsk /f /r C: If you get the error stating "chkdsk not allowed for RAW...", then do the following: Download system rescue disk from http://www.sysresccd.org/ create a bootable usb using the method mentioned in http://www.sysresccd.org/Sysresccd-manual-en_How_to_install_SystemRescueCd_on_an_USB-stick (you can also follow https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8iqZuCmM2fg), and use the tutorial http://www.cgsecurity.org/wiki/TestDisk_Step_By_Step to recover back your partition or recover data from it. diskpart sel disk 0 sel partition X shrink desired = 200 minimum = 200 create partition efi format fs = fat32 assign letter = b: exit md b:\EFI md b:\EFI\Microsoft cd /d b:\EFI\Microsoft bootrec /fixboot bcdboot Y:\Windows /l en-us /s b: /f ALL Download https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=513066133E61F6FA!142&authkey=!AL48G3xvY8yyRQU&ithint=file%2ciso and follow https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q8gQuYekACU to create a bootable USB, boot from it, and then share the output for the commands: diskpart list disk sel disk 0 list vol list partition Take a picture of the output using your smartphone / camera and upload them on imgur.com or picpaste.com and share the link. For fixed disks guys: Check your connecting cables attached the HDD to the computer. Make sure they are not loose. When you start your computer, you need to press some key to enter "Setup" which are your BIOS settings. In that, there is an option to choose SATA mode. What is the value that you have set? Is it AHCI?
Views: 943242 Nehal J Wani
How To Repair Windows 10 using Automatic Repair ✔️
 
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Repair Windows 10 using automatic repair This video shows how the use the Automatic Repair Tool built into Windows 10. This tool can solve various problems including corrupt files, system partitions, boot sectors and drivers automatically. This tutorial also applies to users of Windows 8/8.1 If you are unable to boot into Windows to run this tool, check out my start-up repair video (which is basically a work around to get to the troubleshooting options): https://goo.gl/71jhyr Repair Windows 10 using Automatic Repair If your having computer problems like reboot loop or corrupt windows files using Automatic Repair to repair Windows 10 is a good start. Automatic repair or Start up repair can fix, resolve and help recovery of some common issues in windows 10. This solution may not fix all of your PC Boot up problems, but is a good starting point. It can resolve corrupt registry keys and Windows update related issue. Another common computer problem is having a corrupt software driver or program. Running Start-up Repair on your computer can fix problems that keep windows from loading on your computer or laptop. Remember this tool is not a one fix for all tool, it has its limitations, but all is not lost, you have other options open to you like, system restore, System image recovery, Refresh your pc and Reset your PC. Step 1: Place the CD or USB in your drive and proceed to boot from it Step 2: When the install screen pops up, look to the bottom left and select "Repair Your Computer". Step 3: You will now see a screen that says "Choose an option". Select "Troubleshoot", then "Advanced Options", and then "Start-up repair". Remember backing up you're data on a regular basis can save you a lot of hassle in the long run. Additional (Optional) Steps If The Tutorial Does Not Work For You: Windows 8 and 10’s advanced startup tools function differently than the tools on previous versions of Windows. If your Windows 8 or 10 system can’t boot properly, the tools will appear automatically so you can fix the problem. Once you’ve accessed the advanced startup options, you’ll need to click (or tap) the Troubleshoot option to access the troubleshooting and repair options. The Continue and Turn off your PC options will continue booting to Windows (assuming there isn’t a problem) or power off your computer. The Troubleshoot screen provides easy access to the Refresh and Reset your PC options. This is particularly useful if you want to refresh or reset your PC, but can’t get into Windows. Refresh your PC: Refreshing your PC restores its system software to its factory state without deleting your files or installed Modern apps. However, any installed desktop apps will be removed. Reset your PC: Resetting your PC (not to be confused with rebooting your PC) resets it to its factory state. Any personal files and settings on your computer will be deleted. If you just want to fix your computer and you’re not sure which option to pick, try Refreshing your PC so you don’t lose all your files. For more advanced troubleshooting and repair tools, click (or tap) Advanced options. The Advanced options screen holds the advanced troubleshooting and repair options. System Restore: Restore your computer to an earlier restore point. This is the same as using System Restore within Windows. However, if Windows 8 can’t boot, it may boot properly after you restore your PC to a working state. System Image Recovery: Restore your computer using a system image file. The system image overwrites your computer’s state and files. You’ll need to use Windows 7’s backup tools in Windows 8 to create a system image. Automatic Repair: Try to automatically repair issues that can prevent Windows from booting properly. If your computer can’t boot into Windows, this option is worth a try. Command Prompt: Open a Recovery Environment Command Prompt. This will allow you to run a variety of commands to troubleshoot and fix your computer. This option should only be used by advanced users who know what they’re doing. Startup Settings: The Startup Settings option allows you to modify a number of startup options. For example, you can enable Safe Mode from here. You can also disable automatic restart after failure – this option will allow you to see the error message if your PC is constantly blue-screening and rebooting. The advanced options here may allow you to fix the problem – the Automatic Repair option is particularly useful, and the System Restore or Safe Mode options may help you boot your computer. If none of these options work, you’ll need to perform a refresh (or a full reset.) This tutorial will apply for computers, laptops, desktops,and tablets running the Windows 10 operating system (Home, Professional, Enterprise, Education) from all supported hardware manufactures, like Dell, HP, Acer, Asus, Toshiba,Lenovo, and Samsung).
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How to Restore Your Computer from System Image - Learn Windows 7
 
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WEBSITE: http://www.LearnYourTech.com Beginners Guide to Windows 7 - How to perform a advanced system restore from a backup image
Views: 325249 MyLearningLab
Repair Windows 7/Vista Startup Issues With Windows Recovery Environment [Tutorial]
 
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This video shows step by step how to use your copy of Windows 7/Vista on CD,DVD, or USB to repair problems preventing your computer from starting properly. This tutorial shows how to use the Windows Recovery Environment (Windows RE) to repair boot problems. This shows how to address problems related to the Master Boot Record (MBR), Boot Sector, or Boot Configuration Data (BCD) Store".
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System Restore Using Recovery Disks
 
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Follow Eli on the Vlog Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/EliComputerGuyLive Info Level: Beginner Presenter: Eli the Computer Guy Date Created: May 26,2010 Length of Class: 22 Minutes Tracks Computer Repair Prerequisites None Purpose of Class Computer manufacturers no longer give you the disks required to repair your computer if you need to reinstall the operating system. This class teaches students how to create recovery disks and how to use them. Topics Covered Creating Recovery Disks Using Recovery Tools and Disks Class Notes Introduction If you don't have your disks it will cost you $100-$150 to buy new ones Creating Recovery Disks All manufacturers use different software Go to START-ALL PROGRAMS and then look for a folder with the name of the manufacturer, or something that says "Recovery", or "Disaster" Recovering a Computer Always backup your data before doing a recovery You can recover from a program when the computer is started, or you can use the recovery disks If you use the disks make sure the computers BIOS is set to boot off the the CD/DVD drive before the hard drive.
Views: 419655 Eli the Computer Guy
How To Fix Windows Startup Repair cannot repair this computer automatically
 
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How To Fix Windows Startup Repair cannot repair this computer automatically http://www.seabreezecomputers.com/tips/startuprepair.htm 1:00 Command Prompt 1:17 bootrec /fixmbr 1:30 bootrec /fixboot 1:50 Possibly change SATA mode in BIOS Setup 4:18 chkdsk 5:23 - Possibly backup personal files using notepad.exe 6:47 - If 0 bad sectors then restart PC 7:00 - sfc (System File Checker) 7:56 - If "system repair pending" If Command Prompt is missing or you are prompted for a password and you forgot what it is then check out this video for help: https://youtu.be/2OkI7jyhJco
Views: 334736 Jeff Baker
How to Fix Corrupt Windows 10 System Files
 
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How to Fix Corrupt Windows 10 System Files 1. Make sure you backup data before you start 2. Make sure the computer system is free from malware 3. Make sure your computer does not have a hardware problem How to repair corrupt windows 10 system files 1) chkdsk /f /r 2) ( Run in safe-mode) sfc /scannow (You need to add angle bracket) 3) (Check log for errors if needed) findstr /c:”[SR]” %windir%\Logs\CBS\CBS.log ”%userprofile%\Desktop\sfclogs.txt” 4) DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth 5) ( Run in safe-mode) sfc /scannow 6) System Restore 7) Reset this PC or Reinstall Windows https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/929833/use-the-system-file-checker-tool-to-repair-missing-or-corrupted-system How to repair system files on Windows 10 offline 1. Use the Windows key + I keyboard shortcut to open the Settings app. 2. Click Update & security. 3. Click Recovery. 4. Under Advanced startup, click Restart now. 5. Click Troubleshoot. 6. Click Advanced options. 7. Click Command Prompt to boot your computer only with Command Prompt. 8. On reboot, you'll be prompted to enter your username and password to continue. 9. Whenever you need to run SFC outside of Windows, you need to tell the utility exactly where the Windows installation files are. On Command Prompt, type the following command to understand the location of the Windows and System Reserved partitions. wmic logicaldisk get deviceid, volumename, description 10. Type the following command, and press Enter: sfc /scannow /offbootdir=C:\ /offwindir=D:\Windows Join our forum http://www.briteccomputers.co.uk/forum
Views: 62664 Britec09
How To Create a Recovery Image and Restore Your System From Windows 10 Image ⚕️💻🤔
 
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👍 Watch how to create an image to restore the system on Windows 10, that is to create a complete system image with all of its settings, applications, users etc. As a result, you receive the condition of Windows 10 which existed at the time of creating a backup copy. With the help of this function you can always get your system back to the previously saved condition. Read, How to Create an Image With a Backup Copy of Windows 10 - https://hetmanrecovery.com/recovery_news/how-to-create-image-backup-copy-windows-10.htm. In order to create a Windows 10 system recovery image, go to the Start menu and click on Control Panel. Select the view option Large Icons, then look for File History. In the next window, click on System Image Backup and Create a system image. Then choose the location where this backup copy should be saved (it can be an external hard disk, a DVD or a network folder). I’d like to note that you can create a Windows 10 recovery image on a flash drive only when this drive is recognized as a hard disk. Click next, select the disks to be backed up (by default they are the system disk (disk C), the system reserved disk with the name Restore (system) and EFI encrypted system partition). Click on Start Backup and the process of creating a Windows 10 backup copy starts. Sometimes it can take up quite a long time. When it is over, you will be suggested to create a recovery drive. If you don’t have it, and you don’t have a boot disk or flash drive and even don’t have access to another PC (where you could create them quickly), then I recommend creating such drive. As I already have one, I will not create such recovery drive. In my case, I click No and we can see a message that backup was successful, that is a Windows 10 recovery image was created. In order to recover Windows 10 from a recovery image you need to enter the system recovery envronment. You can do it right from the system (you should go to Start menu - Settings - Update and Security - Recovery and click on Restart now in the section Advanced startup). If Windows 10 won’t boot you can get to the system recovery environment with the help of a boot disk or a flash drive where, after selecting your keyboard layout, you should click on System Restore, or with the help of a recovery drive. You can see how to create a recovery drive and use it to enter Windows 10 recovery environment in my video “Resetting Windows 10, 8, 7 if your computer won’t boot.” I will show it with the example of a boot flash drive with Windows 10. Restart your computer and go to BIOS or UEFI (usually by pressing Delete for most PCs or F2 for most laptops). Set boot priority to let the computer boot from the USB drive (in my case, it is EFI USB Device) and press Enter. In the next window, select the language we need (by default it is English), click Next and then System Recovery. Now click on Troubleshoot / Advanced options / System image recovery and choose Windows 10 as the target system. Select “Use the last available system image” and click Next. After that, the recovery process will start. If you only created an image for disk C and have not changed your partition structure ever since, there is no need to worry about the safety of your data on disk D or other disks. When the process is over, set the boot sequence in BIOS so that the hard disk comes first and boot Windows 10 in the same condition as it was saved to a backup copy. Thank you for your attention and good luck. If you liked this video, click the Like button below and subscribe to our channel to see more. Other videos: #RestoreImage, #BackupCopy, #UEFI, #BIOS, #SystemRestore, #ComputerSetup. Playlist: Tuning and Adjusting Windows 10: Restore Points, Resetting Passwords, Backup, Defragmentation, Compatibility Mode - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWfvrWYvsWiIIvLGyaCgBbwreA08y_ycT.
Views: 6303 Hetman Recovery
How to Run System Restore Windows 10 (Official Dell Tech Support)
 
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Learn how to run system restore in Windows 10 using the recovery environment (Windows RE) using external media (USB flash drive). This video focuses on running system restore from within the Windows Recovery when you are experiencing No Boot. LINK: How to create an ISO recovery media https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WwlY-os0KyA If you have questions or need support, contact us through social media on Facebook at www.facebook.com/dell and Twitter at www.twitter.com/dellcares You can also join in a chat on our Dell Community Forum at www.dell.com/community and click on Support Forums. To learn more about our Dell Community Forum check out http://dell.to/2tbhVvt For additional guidance with your PC's maintenance and troubleshooting visit http://dell.to/2te92S1
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Windows 7, 8, 10 - Black Screen With Cursor at Start-up FIX
 
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Windows 7, 8, 10 - Black Screen With Cursor at Start-up FIX Black Screen With Cursor at Start-up Windows 7 Windows 8 windows 10 Boot the windows 7 or windows 8 windows 10 system to the blank black screen. Fix Me Stick to fix your computer: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B006ZCHVM2/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=B006ZCHVM2&linkCode=as2&tag=pwns20-20&linkId=2cef891191ca5d69fc9ba55ffafd54c1 Imaging Software to image your hard drive Acronis: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01KOG02FM/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=B01KOG02FM&linkCode=as2&tag=pwns20-20&linkId=00e684f96915544db11f90d28dd0fe8b --Ctrl Alt Del 00:40 Try ctrl alt del windows 7 or windows 8, if task manager shows up on ctrl alt del then go to file-run- type explorer.exe and hit enter. --Sticky Keys 01:00 On the blank black windows 7 and windows 8 screen again try pressing shift 5 times. Here is a link to a video that does something similar to the sticky key hack. Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W6nWNc8PUHc --Safe Mode 01:35 Press f8 before windows boots to get to a menu. on this menu windows 7 or windows 8 go to safe mode and press enter. If safe mode loads then you can use windows to scan the system and fix it from inside windows. --Last Known Good Configuration 02:45 Press f8 before windows boots to get to a menu. Use 'Last Known Good Configuration' if this boots into windows 7 or windows 8 then you probably didn't have much of a problem and you should be good to go. --Startup Repair 03:12 Press f8 before windows 7 or windows 8 boots to get to a menu. Go to repair computer and boot into repair client. Click startup repair and the client will scan and automatically repair the startup sequence of windows 7. if the scan says it fixed something then try booting normally --System Restore 03:45 Press f8 before windows 7 or windows 8 boots to get to a menu. Go to repair computer and boot into repair client. Click system restore. Find a restore point as before the date of the issue and do a restore. if the system does not error the windows 7 or windows 8 system may be fixed. --System Image Recovery 05:04 Press f8 before windows 7 or windows 8 boots to get to a menu. Go to repair computer and boot into repair client. Click on system image recovery. This will reload an image of the system from an earlier date. this image will have had to be setup before the issue began. if this system image recovery does not work then you probably have a hardware issue. --Memory Diagnostic 05:22 Press f8 before windows 7 or windows 8 boots to get to a menu. Go to repair computer and boot into repair client. Click on windows memory diagnostic. This will scan the ram in the system and will display if the system has faulty ram. if you have bad ram remove all ram sticks and scan the ram one stick at a time. After scanning all ram throw out all bad ram. Then boot windows normally. --Check Disk chkdsk /f/r 06:28 Press f8 before windows 7 or windows 8 boots to get to a menu. Go to repair computer and boot into repair client. Click on command prompt. First you have to find the partition you want to scan. When booting in the repair client it slaves your current drives therefore the c:\ drive will be labeled with another letter. To find the partition type dir and then any letter. You are looking for folders called: Program files, Windows, Users, etc. if you see those folders then you know you have the right partition. Type the letter of the partition then a colon, ex. e: hit enter. if the partition letter is showing up at the beginning of the prompt line then next type chkdsk /f/r and hit enter. Let the system scan. if the scan is completed with errors then get some imaging software and try to image your drive to different drive. if you cannot get the software to image then you will have to slave the drive and backup your data on a separate system and reinstall windows o/s. --Refresh Windows Install SFC /Scannow 09:15 Press f8 before windows 7 or windows 8 boots to get to a menu. Go to repair computer and boot into repair client. Click on command prompt. First you have to find the partition you want to scan. When booting in the repair client it slaves your current drives therefore the c:\ drive will be labeled with another letter. To find the partition type dir and then any letter. You are looking for folders called: Program files, Windows, Users, etc. if you see those folders then you know you have the right partition. type the partition letter followed by a colon eg, e: hit enter. Now type sfc /scannow and hit enter. if it tells you the computer needs to be repaired restart and computer try the scan again. if the scan still does not work type sfc /scannow /offbootdir-e:\ /offwindir=e:\windows -- Still Stuck 11:52 If you are still stuck then your system is probably pretty messed up. Back up your data and reinstall your o/s. R3DLIN3S redlines red lines
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Windows 10 - How to Create a System Restore Point
 
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This video shows you can create a system restore point on Windows 10. This is great for fixing your computer in case it has a serious error some time in the future.
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How to enter Android recovery & Factory reset the Galaxy S3
 
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How to Factory reset the Galaxy S3 with stock android recovery. How to enter Android recovery & Factory reset the Galaxy S3 Check out PhonLab E-Campus, if you want to learn tons more about Phone repairs tips and tricks to help you repair smartphones. Use coupon code rootjunky9 at check out to get a nice discount. http://phonlab.teachable.com/?affcode=57417_o7w7j7zd Link Samsung Galaxy S3 RootJunky Page https://sites.google.com/site/tomsgt123/all-videos/samsung-galaxy-s3 How to install Android Device drivers http://youtu.be/j_KPGUMzrjU Why Root Android devices video http://youtu.be/6vqnnLnOn3g Android device hacking explained http://youtu.be/UUTwYHfmHv4 Universal UnRoot App for all Devices http://youtu.be/ySNStU8OTuk FOLLOW ME http://RootJunky.com www.facebook.com/rootjunky https://twitter.com/Tomsgt2 PLEASE READ Warning... do this at your own risk. I am happy to help with any problems my subscribers are having on their android devices. I am going to need lots of info from you to help. 1. What device you are on. 2. What android version you are running. 3. What rom or stock rom you are on. 4. What you have done to the device. 5. What recovery system you are using. With this info I will be able to help much faster. 
Views: 1745854 Rootjunky.com
Performing an HP System Recovery in Windows 7 | HP Computers | HP
 
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Learn how to perform an HP System Recovery in Windows 7, from the Start menu, the hard drive, or Recovery discs. For other helpful videos go to hp.com/supportvideos or youtube.com/howto4u. #HP #HPSupport #HPComputers SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/PrinterSupport SHOP NOW: http://store.hp.com/us/en/ About HP: HP Inc. creates technology that makes life better for everyone everywhere — every person, every organization, and every community around the globe. Through our portfolio of printers, PCs, mobile devices, solutions, and services, we engineer experiences that amaze. Connect with HP: Visit HP WEBSITE: http://www.hp.com Like HP on FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/HP Follow HP on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/HP Follow HP on INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/hp Follow HP on LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/company/hp This video was produced by HP. Performing an HP System Recovery in Windows 7 | HP Computers | HP https://www.youtube.com/user/HP
Views: 465618 HP Support
How to use Windows 7 Startup Repair by @Tech_Compass
 
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This YouTube video tutorial will show you how use Windows startup repair to fix your computer when it will not start. YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/TheTechCompass Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thetechcompass Twitter: https://twitter.com/Tech_Compass Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/techcomass Subscribe for new video's every week. (used with permission from Microsoft)
Views: 291884 Tech-Compass
How to Start the System Restore Tool from a Command Prompt by Britec
 
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How to Start the System Restore Tool from a Command Prompt Running System Restore from the command line is often the only way to get a system back up and running. Ill describe it from the initial boot. 1. Restart your system 2. When the system first boots, type F8 to bring up the boot menu 3. Select the Safe Mode with Command Prompt option 4. Log-on as administrator if needed 5. At your command prompt type %systemroot%\system32\restore\rstrui.exe 6. Hit Enter 6. This will open the system restore wizard How to Start the System Restore Tool from a Command Prompt for Vista You can start System Restore from a command prompt window if you can't start your computer in any mode other than safe mode with command prompt. 1.Start your computer in safe mode with command prompt. For more information, see Start your computer in safe mode. 2.At the command prompt, type rstrui.exe, and then press ENTER. If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.
Views: 41756 Britec09
How to restore Windows by using system restore points? (before boot)
 
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Keep hitting F8 to get the Windows boot menu. Choose the first option ("Repair your computer"). Choose keyboard layout, login with your Windows account and choose "System restore". Here you can check affected applications and choose one system restore point to restore. After a reboot, you have your system restored.
System Restore when Windows fails to boot
 
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See the tutorial, Option One at the TenForums.com: http://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/4588-system-restore-windows-10-a.html#option1 How to restore your Windows 10 to an earlier state if Windows fails to boot. More Windows 10 news, tips & tutorials at the TenForums.com
Views: 236 Kari Finn
How to do a System Restore from Safe Mode (Windows 7)
 
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This is a quick video tutorial giving an overview of Safe Mode and System Restore. The video shows you how to boot into safe mode and perform a System Restore. This video is demonstrated on Windows 7 but the procedure is almost identical on Vista and XP
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How To Restore Windows When Windows Cannot Start Normally | HP Computers | HP
 
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Learn how to restore Windows when Windows cannot start normally. For more information on using Microsoft system restore (Windows 10, 8), visit our support site: https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c03327545. For other helpful videos go to http://hp.com/supportvideos or http://youtube.com/hpcomputingsupport. More support options for your computer or mobile device are available at http://hp.com/support. Continue the Conversation: http://hp.care/SupportForums http://hp.care/FacebookSupport http://hp.care/TwitterSupport Follow these steps to restore Windows when Windows cannot start normally: - Shut down the computer, or, press and hold the Power button until the computer shuts off. - After a few seconds, turn the computer back on, and then press the F11 key repeatedly to open the Advanced Startup Options menu. - If prompted, choose your Language, and keyboard layout. - Select Troubleshoot, Advanced options, and then System Restore. - Choose an account and if prompted, enter the account password. - Select Continue to open System Restore. - Select Next, and then choose a restore point from a time when Windows started normally. - To view all available, restore points, select the check box next to Show more restore points, and then make a selection from the list. - Any programs that were added since the last restore point will be deleted and any that were removed will be restored. - To view the programs and drivers affected, select Scan for affected programs. - Take note of any programs that you might want to reinstall or uninstall after the recovery completes, and then select Close. - Select Next, confirm the restore point, and then select Finish. - Since System Restore cannot be interrupted, do not proceed without having enough time to perform the restoration. - If you are restoring an HP notebook, plug in the power cord directly in the computer. - Select Yes in the prompt to initiate the restoration process. - Follow any prompts to finalize the restore and return to Windows. #HP #HPSupport #HPComputers SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/PrinterSupport SHOP NOW: http://store.hp.com/us/en/ About HP: HP Inc. creates technology that makes life better for everyone everywhere — every person, every organization, and every community around the globe. Through our portfolio of printers, PCs, mobile devices, solutions, and services, we engineer experiences that amaze. Connect with HP: Visit HP WEBSITE: http://www.hp.com Like HP on FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/HP Follow HP on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/HP Follow HP on INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/hp Follow HP on LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/company/hp This video was produced by HP. How To Restore Windows When Windows Cannot Start Normally | HP Computers | HP https://www.youtube.com/user/HP
Views: 7145 HP Support
Windows 8  How to go to advanced boot options
 
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How to get to the advanced boot options menu
How to Repair Windows 7 Startup Problems by @Tech_Compass
 
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In this HD video tutorial we demonstrate how to use the advanced boot options to repair a Microsoft Windows 7 computer that will not startup - no DVD's required. Subscribe for new video's every week. YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/TheTechCompass Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thetechcompass Twitter: https://twitter.com/Tech_Compass Hi my name is Ruth and welcome to another video from Tech-Compass In this tutorial We are going to show how to repair a Microsoft Windows 7 computer that will no longer startup In this example our computer is stuck on the loading screen and refuses to load So let's get started First we turn the computer off and then after pressing the power button to turn it on again we repeatedly press the "F8" key We are then presented with the "Advanced Boot Options" We choose "Repair Your Computer" and press "enter" Once the System Recovery Options have loaded select your keyboard input method and click "Next" We then need to select a local user account and enter the password Click "Ok" From the list of Recovery Options click "Startup Repair" Windows will then check for problems and attempt to repair them Click "Finish", and then "Restart" Our Microsoft Windows 7 Computer is now repaired and can startup as usual Thank you for watching My name is Ruth This video was brought to you by Tech-Compass (used with permission from Microsoft)
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How to Create or Delete System Restore Point on Windows 10  Restoring Computer To an Earlier Date
 
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This video is about "How to create and delete restore points in Windows 10", and how to use them to recover your system. With the help of restore points you can recover Windows 10 system files as well as restore operability of the operating system, correct errors that suddenly appeared or restore the system back to the condition at the time of creating the restore point. By default, Windows creates a new restore point when installing or uninstalling updates, drivers or applications. In order to create a restore point, right-click on the Start menu and go to Control Panel. Select the view option Large Icons, then look for Recovery. In the next window, click on Configure System Restore and click Create in the System Protection tab. Then enter a description to identify the restore point. The current date and time of creating a restore point are added automatically. Click on Create and wait for the process to finish. It should not take long. After that, we can see the message that “The restore point was created successfully.” We can also adjust automatic creation of system restore points. To do it, Go to the Start menu, then to Control Panel, then to Administrative Tools and start Task Scheduler. In the left window, select Task Scheduler Library / Microsoft / Windows / System Restore. Right-click on the SR line and click on Properties. In the next window, open the tab Triggers and click on New. This is where we can choose when to start a task (on a schedule, at log on, at startup, on idle etc) and adjust each task in the way we like. In order to recover Windows 10 from a restore point go to Control Panel, find the element Recovery, click on Open System Restore and then Next. I’d like to note that recovering Windows from a restore point affects only system and software settings of the operating system. Using the restore point will delete all programs that have been installed after such restore point was created, and it will not recover files deleted before that. Select the necessary restore point from the list and click Next. Confirm that you want to start system restore from the restore point and the process will start. If Windows won’t boot, we can start system recovery in the System Recovery Environment. For this purpose, you can use a recovery disk, a boot disk or a flash drive; alternatively, after three incorrect attempts to start Windows, this environment will start automatically. In the recovery environment, click on Troubleshoot / Advanced options / System Restore. After that, click on Next, choose the necessary restore point, click Next again and wait for the process to finish. Another method is to recover the system from a restore point using the command prompt as administrator. This method is good for cases when the only real variant for your Windows 10 to load is safe mode with command prompt. To do it, start the command prompt and enter rstrui.exe. It will start the graphics interface of the recovery wizard. To delete restore points, we can use two variants. The first one is deleting all restore points but the latest. To do it, right-click on the disk where restore points are saved and select Properties. In the tab General select Disk Cleanup. Wait until the disk cleanup preparation process is complete. After that click on Clean up system files, and wait for the disk scannig process to be over. Then go to the tab More Options, select System Restore and Shadow Copies, and click on Clean. After that, all restore points except for the latest one will be deleted. The second variant is deleting all restore points including the latest. To do it, open Control Panel / Recovery / Advanced recovery tools. Select Configure in the System Protection tab. After that, click Delete and wait until all restore points are deleted. Thank you for your attention and good luck.
Windows 7 Recovery Options
 
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How to Recover Your HP Computer with a USB Recovery Drive | HP Computers | HP
 
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Learn how to perform an HP system recovery with a USB recovery drive. A system recovery will reset your computer back to its original factory state. Learn more about performing an HP System Recovery on our support site: http://support.hp.com/nz-en/document/c04346420 For other helpful videos go to http://hp.com/supportvideos or http://youtube.com/hpprintersupport. More support options for your printer are available at http://hp.com/support. Steps to perform an HP System Recovery with a USB recovery drive: First order the recovery media from hp.com/drivers. Remove any media from your computer, then power off. Next, insert the USB recovery drive in your computer. Power on your computer. Press the Escape key repeatedly until the Startup Menu opens. Press F9 to open the Boot Options menu. Use the up and down arrow keys to select the USB flash drive, then press Enter. If prompted in Recovery Manager, select Run program from media, then click Next. Under Help, click System Recovery. Select the option to Back up your files first. Click Next. Select the Auto Selection option. Click Next. Select the types of files you would like to back up, then click Next. When prompted to choose where you want to save the backup, insert a USB drive or external hard drive in your computer. You can also use a blank CD or DVD if your computer has a media drive with write capabilities. Do not use the USB recovery drive to back up your files. Select the drive where you want to save your files, then click Next. Click Next to begin copying your personal backup files to the selected drive. Remove the personal backup drive or disc from the computer. Keep the USB recovery drive in the computer. Click Next. Since all backup files have been saved, select Recover without backing up your files, then click Next. Click Next. The recovery process completes. Remove the USB recovery drive from your computer. Click Finish to restart the computer. System recovery might install software that was previously installed on your computer. Your computer restarts after the software installation completes. Follow the on-screen prompts to complete setting up Windows. #HP #HPSupport #HPComputers SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/PrinterSupport SHOP NOW: http://store.hp.com/us/en/ About HP: HP Inc. creates technology that makes life better for everyone everywhere — every person, every organization, and every community around the globe. Through our portfolio of printers, PCs, mobile devices, solutions, and services, we engineer experiences that amaze. Connect with HP: Visit HP WEBSITE: http://www.hp.com Like HP on FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/HP Follow HP on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/HP Follow HP on INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/hp Follow HP on LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/company/hp This video was produced by HP. How to Recover Your HP Computer with a USB Recovery Drive | HP Computers | HP https://www.youtube.com/user/HP
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How to Create or Delete Restore Point on Windows 10. Restoring Computer To an Earlier Date 📝🔄💻
 
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👍 Watch how to create and delete restore points in Windows 10, and how to use them to recover your system. With the help of restore points you can recover Windows 10 system files as well as restore operability of the operating system, correct errors that suddenly appeared or restore the system back to the condition at the time of creating the restore point. Read: System Restore Point in Windows 10 - https://hetmanrecovery.com/recovery_news/system-restore-point-in-windows-10.htm By default, Windows creates a new restore point when installing or uninstalling updates, drivers or applications. In order to create a restore point, right-click on the Start menu and go to Control Panel. Select the view option Large Icons, then look for Recovery. In the next window, click on Configure System Restore and click Create in the System Protection tab. Then enter a description to identify the restore point. The current date and time of creating a restore point are added automatically. Click on Create and wait for the process to finish. It should not take long. After that, we can see the message that “The restore point was created successfully.” We can also adjust automatic creation of system restore points. To do it, go to the Start menu, then to Control Panel, then to Administrative Tools and start Task Scheduler. In the left window, select Task Scheduler Library / Microsoft / Windows / System Restore. Right-click on the SR line and click on Properties. In the next window, open the tab Triggers and click on New. This is where we can choose when to start a task (on a schedule, at log on, at startup, on idle etc) and adjust each task in the way we like. In order to recover Windows 10 from a restore point go to Control Panel, find the element Recovery, click on Open System Restore and then Next. I’d like to note that recovering Windows from a restore point affects only system and software settings of the operating system. Using the restore point will delete all programs that have been installed after such restore point was created, and it will not recover files deleted before that. Select the necessary restore point from the list and click Next. Confirm that you want to start system restore from the restore point and the process will start. If Windows won’t boot, we can start system recovery in the System Recovery Environment. For this purpose, you can use a recovery disk, a boot disk or a flash drive; alternatively, after three incorrect attempts to start Windows, this environment will start automatically. In the recovery environment, click on Troubleshoot / Advanced options / System Restore. After that, click on Next, choose the necessary restore point, click Next again and wait for the process to finish. Another method is to recover the system from a restore point using the command prompt as administrator. This method is good for cases when the only real variant for your Windows 10 to load is safe mode with command prompt. To do it, start the command prompt and enter rstrui.exe. It will start the graphics interface of the recovery wizard. To delete restore points, we can use two variants. The first one is deleting all restore points but the latest. To do it, right-click on the disk where restore points are saved and select Properties. In the tab General select Disk Cleanup. Wait until the disk cleanup preparation process is complete. After that click on Clean up system files, and wait for the disk scannig process to be over. Then go to the tab More Options, select System Restore and Shadow Copies, and click on Clean. After that, all restore points except for the latest one will be deleted. The second variant is deleting all restore points including the latest. To do it, open Control Panel / Recovery / Advanced recovery tools. Select Configure in the System Protection tab. After that, click Delete and wait until all restore points are deleted. Thank you for your attention and good luck. Other videos: #SystemRestorePoint, #ResetWindow, #Windows10, #RecoveryDisk, #SystemRestore, #BackupCopy. Playlist: Tuning and Adjusting Windows 10: Restore Points, Resetting Passwords, Backup, Defragmentation, Compatibility Mode - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWfvrWYvsWiIIvLGyaCgBbwreA08y_ycT.
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Microsoft Surface - restore, refresh, reset system from USB recovery media
 
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If you forgot your password, or you want to delete all data, or you have problem with power on the tablet... - Make Surface turned off and plugged in. - Insert the USB recovery drive into the USB port. - Press and hold the Volume Down button, press the Power button in a short time. - When the Surface logo appears, release the Volume button. - Select the language and keyboard layout. Now you are in the Advanced Startup Options menu. You can choose from: - Refresh your PC - Reset your PC or from Advanced options menu: - Start-up repair - Command prompt ------------------------------------- How to Create a USB recovery drive. You can use another PC with installed Windows 8.0 / 8.1 (depending of your OS). - Swipe in from the right edge of the screen, then tap Search. - In the search box, enter "recovery", click Recovery, then click Create a recovery drive. - In the User Account Control dialogue box, click Yes. - Click to select Copy the recovery partition from the PC to the recovery drive, then click Next. - Choose the USB drive you want to use, then click Next. - Click Create. The recovery image and necessary recovery tools will be copied to your USB drive. - After the recovery tools are copied, click Finish. ------------------------------------- Photo album: https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/116883850378439288406/photos/116883850378439288406/albums/6001460207222629185/6001460211832899106?pid=6001460211832899106&oid=116883850378439288406 ------------------------------------- Music:) Now is Now - Hip Hop Dance Pop Dan-O at http://danosongs.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l17pmEshAzg -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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How to use the Bootrec.exe tool to repair startup issues in Windows
 
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How to use the Bootrec exe tool to repair startup issues in Windows by Britec You can use the Bootrec.exe tool in the Windows Recovery Environment (Windows RE) to troubleshoot and repair the following items in Windows Vista: A master boot record (MBR) A boot sector A Boot Configuration Data (BCD) store Note When you are troubleshooting startup issues by using the Windows RE, you should first try the Startup Repair option in the System Recovery Options dialog box. If the Startup Repair option does not resolve the issue, or if you must troubleshoot more steps manually, use the Bootrec.exe tool. Bootrec.exe options The Bootrec.exe tool supports the following options. Use the option that is appropriate for your situation. Note If rebuilding the BCD does not resolve the startup issue, you can export and delete the BCD, and then run this option again. By doing this, you make sure that the BCD is completely rebuilt. To do this, type the following commands at the Windows RE command prompt: bcdedit /export C:\BCD_Backup c: cd boot attrib bcd -s -h -r ren c:\boot\bcd bcd.old bootrec /RebuildBcd /FixMbr The /FixMbr option writes a Windows Vista-compatible MBR to the system partition. This option does not overwrite the existing partition table. Use this option when you must resolve MBR corruption issues, or when you have to remove non-standard code from the MBR. /FixBoot The /FixBoot option writes a new boot sector to the system partition by using a boot sector that is compatible with Windows Vista. Use this option if one of the following conditions is true: The boot sector has been replaced with a non-standard Windows Vista boot sector. The boot sector is damaged. An earlier Windows operating system has been installed after Windows Vista was installed. In this scenario, the computer starts by using Windows NT Loader (NTLDR) instead of Windows Boot Manager (Bootmgr.exe). /ScanOs The /ScanOs option scans all disks for installations that are compatible with Windows Vista. Additionally, this option displays the entries that are currently not in the BCD store. Use this option when there are Windows Vista installations that the Boot Manager menu does not list. /RebuildBcd The /RebuildBcd option scans all disks for installations that are compatible with Windows Vista. Additionally, this option lets you select the installations that you want to add to the BCD store. Use this option when you must completely rebuild the BCD. Vista Recovery CD Download http://neosmart.net/blog/2008/windows-vista-recovery-disc-download/ ----------------- Please Rate, Comment and Subscribe!!!! http://www.briteccomputers.co.uk
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Windows 10 - Using System Restore in Windows 10
 
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Ever wish you could turn back the clock after a bad crash? With Windows, you can. Sometimes installing a program or driver can make Windows run slowly or unpredictably. System Restore can return your PC's system files and programs to a time when everything was working fine, potentially preventing hours of troubleshooting headaches. It won't affect your documents, pictures, or other data. A video explaining how to create the mentioned Windows 10 Repair/Boot CD or DVD can be viewed here : http://youtu.be/5F2vmWqX3QE A video explaining how to create the mentioned Windows 10 Repair/Boot USB Recovery Drive can be viewed here : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3UzphLuk5II A video explaining how to Restore your Computer using 'Reset this PC' can be viewed here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qzTNjs8k15Q
Creating System Recovery Discs in Windows 7 for HP and Compaq Desktop PCs | HP Computers | HP
 
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Learn how to create HP System Recovery discs on HP and Compaq Desktop computers that shipped with Windows 7. For other helpful videos go to hp.com/supportvideos or youtube.com/howto4u. #HP #HPSupport #HPComputers SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/PrinterSupport SHOP NOW: http://store.hp.com/us/en/ About HP: HP Inc. creates technology that makes life better for everyone everywhere — every person, every organization, and every community around the globe. Through our portfolio of printers, PCs, mobile devices, solutions, and services, we engineer experiences that amaze. Connect with HP: Visit HP WEBSITE: http://www.hp.com Like HP on FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/HP Follow HP on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/HP Follow HP on INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/hp Follow HP on LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/company/hp This video was produced by HP. Creating System Recovery Discs in Windows 7 for HP and Compaq Desktop PCs | HP Computers | HP https://www.youtube.com/user/HP
Views: 84696 HP Support
How to Recover from an Infinitely Looping Startup Repair Loop without Reinstalling Windows
 
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How to Recover from an Infinitely Looping Startup Repair Loop without Reinstalling Windows How to Recover from an Infinitely Looping Startup Repair Loop without Reinstalling Windows How to Recover from an Infinitely Looping Startup Repair Loop without Reinstalling Windows http://youtu.be/vZPtwAIwAos How to Recover from an Infinitely Looping Startup Repair Loop without Reinstalling Windows Recovering Your System Boot to the System Recovery Options screen. If Windows automatically opens Startup Repair, and subsequently fails to fix a problem, you can skip ahead to step 4 below. In the System Recovery Options screen, click Startup Repair: Windows will search for an attempt to repair startup problems: If startup problems could not be repaired, you will receive the message Windows cannot repair this computer automatically. Click View advanced options for system recovery and support: Click View advanced options for system recovery and support, which which bring you back to the main System Recovery Options screen. Click Command Prompt: Command Prompt should open to X:, which is an internal ram disk use by System Repair: Now you need to find your system drive. Depending on how your system is setup, this could be either C: or D:. Type C: and press ENTER. Verify that this is your system drive by typing DIR and pressing ENTER. If you see the Program Files, Users and Windows folders, then you have found your system drive, and can continue to step 9 below. If the drive is not your system drive, repeat steps I and II above, changing the drive letter to D, E or some other letter until the system drive is located. When you have located your Windows system drive, type CD \windows\system32\config and press ENTER: Type DIR and press ENTER, and verify that the following files and folders exist in the config folder: RegBack/ which is a folder DEFAULT SAM SECURITY SOFTWARE SYSTEM Type MD mybackup and press ENTER to create a backup folder that you can use incase this procedure does not work as expected. Type copy *.* mybackup and press ENTER. If you are prompted to overwrite existing files, press A to allow all backups to be overwritten. Now you need to check if you can use the automatic Windows backups to restore your registry: Type CD RegBack and press ENTER to go to the RegBack folder. Type DIR and press ENTER to view the contents of the folder. All the following files must exist: The DEFAULT, SAM and SECURITY files should each be about 262,000 bytes in size. The SOFTWARE file should be about 26,000,000 bytes. The SYSTEM file should be about 9,900,000 bytes. The file sizes presented here are approximate estimations, and may vary depending on your system. If any one of them are 0 bytes, then you should stop what you're doing now and seek an alternative method of recovering your system, because Windows cannot function with a 0-byte size registry hive. If the hive files listed in RegBack are ok, then proceed to step 14 of the tutorial. Type copy *.* .. and press ENTER to copy the backup hive files to \Windows\System32\config. If you are prompted to overwrite existing files, press A to allow all file to be overwritten. Type exit and press ENTER to close the command prompt. Click the Restart button to reboot your computer. If all goes well, your system will boot normally. How to Recover from an Infinitely Looping Startup Repair Loop without Reinstalling Windows
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How to restore your computer with command prompt
 
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This video show you how to restore you computer with command prompt. you can also do this in safemode if you have lost any system 32 file Copyrighted by CyberFlash
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