Let's talk more about the environment and restore in Windows 7 When you install Windows 7 on a hard drive is automatically created disk partition containing the recovery environment Windows RE (Recovery Environment). Keep up on the field with thought-provoking pieces from Evergreen Capital Partners. Using the service partition Windows RE, you can: – boot in recovery environment from the hard disk – a CD-ROM containing the recovery environment This will allow you to return your system to life, even if it does not load. You do not need the installation CD operating system. Recovery Environment in Windows 7 gives you the following features: – Startup Repair automatically fixes problems that prevent booting of Windows 7. This tool can be used if boot files are corrupted or erased by other operating systems. – System Restore lets you return to the point that was created before the problem occurred. Sometimes this means also allows you to recover launch system.
Of course, should be included protection system, otherwise the restore point will not be. – Restoring the system image is a wizard that guides you through the steps of recovery from an image an established means of archiving Windows. – Windows Memory Diagnostic checks for memory errors. Typically, the visible manifestation of errors in memory is the blue screen (BSOD). When the blue screen test You can use it as a first diagnostic tool. – The command line allows you to perform a wide range of activities from operations on the files before you run the Registry Editor, which can also be used for restore normal operation of the system.