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How to use the Windows 7 Recovery Environment Command Prompt


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Posted 01 April 2010 - 03:23 PM

A new tutorial titled How to use the Windows 7 Recovery Environment Command Prompt was added by BleepingComputer.com. Please use this topic to discuss any aspect of this tutorial.

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The Windows 7 Recovery Environment Command Prompt is a text-based console that allow you to perform maintenance and recovery tasks on your computer by typing the commands that you would like to execute. These commands allow you to perform a wide variety of tasks such as replace infected files, delete infections, repair boot up configurations for your hard drive, resize hard drive partitions, as well as many other tasks. Like the Windows Vista Recovery Command Prompt, the Windows 7 version also allows you to run graphical programs such as Notepad, Regedit, and possibly some anti-malware programs. This is a huge advantage as you now have a much larger variety of tools at your disposal to repair your computer.

We hope you find this tutorial helpful.

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