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How to make System Repair Disk in Windows 10.

Windows 10 is easily available in the market as well as on Internet. Before upgradations to Windows 10, check your PC configuration. After upgradations, you should create your own Windows 10 System Repair Disc. After completion of this process, you will be able to troubleshoot any problem related to windows. It will bring back your PC to working conditions from the defective condition.



Why there is a requirement of System Repair Disk of Windows 10?

When your PC do not boot to desktop and you do not get recovery options from startup, then this option will help you to troubleshoot your PC. Insert Windows System Repair Disk and proceed. You will get these options :

System Restore: It will let you restore your PC to a previous restore point.

System Image Recovery: Lets you recover your windows OS with the help of  a system image file if you have created earlier.

Startup Repair: Windows can take automatically startup repair.

Command Prompt: If you know command prompt well then by this option you can troubleshoot your PC to serviceable one.

Go back to Previous Build: You have upgraded from windows 7/8/8.1 to windows 10 and did not delete the Windows.old folder then you can reconfigure your previous version of windows from there.

Reset this PC: By  this option all your files/personal data will be safe but your installed programs will be deleted.

 Create system repair disk in windows 10

1.   Insert a blank DVD to your PC.

2.   Go to the control panel by right clicking on the start menu.



3.   Click on “Backup and restore” which is in “System and Security” area.

This option was introduced with Windows 7 and same have not been changed in Windows 10 also.



4.   Click on “Create a System Repair Disk” from left side panel.

5.   Now click on “create disk”.



This will initiate the process to assemble files and will launch DVD burner.

After completion you can use this DVD in case your computer is not booting to recovery mode automatically.

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