Windows 7 crashes or freezes and won't turn back on? It's really an awful situation. Actually, however, Microsoft has equipped "Create a System Repair Disk" in Windows 7. If you have created a repair disk before Windows 7 got corrupted, it will be very easy to boot into your corrupted computer. Just Go to "Start Menu - >All Programs - > Maintenance - > Create a System Repair Disc" to create one. But if you failed to do this, what can you do to create a Windows 7 repair disc? This article will show you an easy way to achieve this even when your PC can't boot.
Windows repair disk usually is able to fix various system issues including black screen, blue screen of death and frozen/crashed Windows.
|Hard disk boot failure||Invalid partition table|
|Operating system not found||Error loading operating system|
|Black screen with no information||NTLDR is missing or corrupted|
|Ntoskrnl.exe is missing||Ntdetect.com is missing|
|BOOTMGR is missing||NTFS.SYS is missing|
|Hal.dll is missing||Corruption in the computer memory|
|Malware corrupts||Registry confliction|
|Hardware or system confliction|
The method presented here enables you to burn a bootable system disk to repair crashes or frozen Windows 7. Prepare a normally workable PC and blank CD/DVD or USB Flash Drive. Click the link below for Windows 7 repair disk download free and install it on the workable PC.
When the burning completes, you can use this newly burnt bootable disk to boot computer from burned CD/DVD.
At least two solutions are provided in each category. You can use any of them to fix your Windows system boot issue.
All right! Here are all details about creating and using Windows 7 repair disk to fix corrupted or frozen Windows. This way is not only compatible with Windows 7, but also Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows Vista and Windows XP.