In the past, we covered most of the new features introduced with Windows 7. There are two more handy features in Windows 7. One is, the ability to create an image backup with Image Backup tool, and another one is the inbuilt Recovery Disc feature. Recovery Disc is another great feature of Windows 7 using which you can restore a previously created image backup easily without using third-party tools.
A Windows 7 recovery disc includes several tools that can help you recover Windows from a serious error. You can use a system repair disc to access system recovery options, even if you don’t have a Windows installation disc, can’t find your Windows installation disc, or can’t access the recovery options provided by your computer manufacturer.
Windows 7 repair disc includes system recovery options such as Startup Repair to automatically fix issues that prevent Windows from booting, System Restore tool to quickly restore your Windows 7 to a previous state, System Image Recovery to restore your PC using an previously created image backup, Memory Diagnostic to detect memory errors, and Command Prompt to perform advanced tasks.
Creating a Recovery Disc is as simple as burning a DVD in Windows 7 or Vista. Just read on the below procedure once and kick start the wizard.
Prepare a system repair disc in Windows 7
Step 1: Type in system repair disc in Start menu search box and hit enter. Alternatively, you can also find Recovery Disc option in Backup and Restore center.
Step 2: If you are prompted for an administrator password, just type in the password and hit enter.
Step 3: In the wizard window, select your optical drive (if you have more than one) and click Create disc button to continue.
Step 4: Wait for a few minutes to complete the burning process. Once the burning process is finished, just keep the disc in a safe place.