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How to automatically repair Windows Vista using Startup Repair

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#1 TutorialBot


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Posted 25 February 2007 - 10:45 AM

A new tutorial titled How to automatically repair Windows Vista using Startup Repair was added by Bleeping Computer. Please use this topic to discuss any aspect of this tutorial.

A brief excerpt of the tutorial can be found here:

Windows Vista comes with a rich feature set of diagnostic and repair tools that
you can use in the event that your computer is not operating correctly. These
tools allow you to diagnose problems and repair them without having to boot
into Windows. This provides much greater flexibility when it comes to fixing
problems that you are not able to resolve normally. This guide focuses on using
the Startup Repair utility to automatically fix problems starting Windows Vista.
The tutorial will also provide a brief description of the advanced repair tools
with links to tutorials on how to use them.

We hope you find this tutorial helpful.

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Posted 10 January 2008 - 05:04 PM

thank you so much, i could never figure out how to use it. it wouldhave saved me so much truble when i ran in to problems with XP

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