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Repair your Computer missing

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#1 Gx7


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Posted 03 January 2013 - 12:37 AM

Hi, I'm new here in bleeping computer .
My problem is how to restore "Repair your Computer" option in Advanced boot options ?
I deleted system reserved and transferred MBR to my System Partition .
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#2 Artrooks


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Posted 03 January 2013 - 04:04 PM

Hi Gx7,

I deleted system reserved

That's the location, as you probably know, for the Windows Recovery Environment files that puts "Repair Your Computer" on the Advanced Boot Options menu.

Easy solution:
If you have the Windows 7 Installation DVD, then you already have Windows Recovery Environment files. Just boot from DVD to repair your computer. If not, then you can always create a Windows 7 Repair CD. It does the same thing.

Harder solution:
If you are want to create another partition on your hard drive to manually place the Windows Recovery Environment (Difficulty level: Advanced), you could have a read here: How to install Windows RE on the hard disk.
  • Warning: You should always backup important files before partitioning a hard drive.
  • You still need the Windows Installation media and Windows AIK.
  • I have used the procedure in Step 2 (link "here") to add the WIM file to the C: drive and add "Repair Your Computer" option to a Vista computer. I did not create a separate partition. (Difficulty level: Moderate)

Good luck.



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