Sometimes error messages come in the wake of crashes and freezes when you start computer and tell you there are something wrong with boot files. Under the Function Center, selected features can help you recover different boot files by categories so as to give back to you a stable computer. You can refer to brief introduction on that page to check which boot files you lost and then perform recovery as the following steps.
When attempting to boot into Windows, but Windows fails to load. Instead the following error message is displayed like “BOOTMGR is missing”, “Missing or corrupt file C:\Windows\System32\Config\System”,etc. It obviously shows that the files necessary to boot Windows are not found on the partition booted. To solve this problem, mainly, this feature is used to recover missed and corrupted Hal.dll, Ntdetect.com, NTFS.SYS, NTLDR, BOOTMGR, Ntoskiml.exe files
Click Windows Rescue > Tap on Boot File Recovery > Select system from pull-down list > Click
A partition boot sector (Literally volume boot sector or volume boot record) is a type of boot sector that may be found on a hard disk, floppy disk and other storage device containing operating systems. Under the circumstances of such files missing and corruption, you will get into trouble with booting your computer. This feature can help you recover boot sector with one click.
Click Windows Recue > Tap on Boot Sector Recovery > Click OK to confirm
MBR Recovery: The MBR (stands for Master boot record) is a boot sector (a region of your hard disk) that holds information about the partitions of your hard drive and acts as a loader for the operating system you’re running. If the MBR is damaged, you won’t be able to boot into Windows. Therefore, this part is to help you recover MBR.
Click Windows Rescue > Tap on MBR Recovery > Select the hard disk and click Recover to finish
This feature is designed for advanced users to view and change settings in the system registry that contains information about how computer runs. Boot failure may come attributable to registry corruption and mistaken rewritten info. Hence to solve it, Registry Editor lets you effortlessly view, edit and delete registry folders, files, and the settings for each registry file.
Step1. Run the program and get into main interface under the guidance. Then click Windows Rescue first and later Registry Editor under the list of Function Center.
Step2. Unfold the pull-down list and click the Windows installation from it, click Ok to go on. Next you will see a new page, find the registry you want to edit and have it performed.
Mistaken registry files edition inevitably cause troubles booting computer, even in wake of invisible consequence. If you want to automatically restore a specific section of the registry from a previous System Restore snapshot, or recover the registry to original states, this feature allows you to make it within one-click, which is overwhelmingly effective and time-saving to normalize your computer as it was before.
Step1. Run the program and get into main interface under the guidance. Then click Windows Rescue first and later Registry Recovery under the list of Function Center.
Step2. Specify the target Windows system from the pull-down list and then click Recover to finish. Lastly click Yes to make confirmation.
To help ensure you don’t lose your files, you are supposed to back them up regularly. For better efficiency and convenience, Windows Backup allows you to back up not only the whole system at one-time but also DPT, MBR, Registry separately to hard disk, external disk including CD/DVD/USB/HDD, etc.
Step1. Run the program and get into main interface under the guidance. Then click Windows Rescue first and next Windows Backup under the list of Function Center.
Step2. In the new page you will be presented with four backup models. Click any one of them you need. Here I will take System Backup for example, and other models share the same steps with that.
Step3. Select the target Windows system that you want to back up. Next click Browse to specify the location where backup will store in. Finally click Backup button to finish processing.
There are many reasons why you need to restore Windows. However built-in system image doesn’t allows you to choose individual items to restore, and all of your programs, system setting and files are replaced with those on the system image. Under the help of Windows Restore, all of those puzzles are got rid of. Here you can restore backed-up versions of files that are lost, damaged, or changed accidentally. You also can restore individual files, groups of files, or all of the files that you’ve backed up.
Step1. Run the program and get into main interface under the guidance. Then click Windows Rescue first and next Windows Restore under the list of Function Center.
Step2. In the new page you will be presented with four restore models. Click any one of them you need. Here I will take System Restore for example, and other models share the same steps with that.
Step3. Select the target Windows system that you want to recover. Next click Browse to specify the location where backup will store in. Finally click Restore button to finish processing.