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Be prepared for emergencies: How to set up system repair Disk for Windows 8

Written by: Yasir Saeed - Published: Tuesday, July 3rd, 2012

It’s always good to have a backup plan. A system repair disk for example can help you to quickly restore a corrupt Windows that refuses to boot properly

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System repair disc

All versions of Windows, thankfully come with the option of creating a recovery disc so that the OS can be restored in case it gets corrupted, or damaged via malware, trojans and/or viruses. Recovery Disk is a very important feature of Windows 8 Consumer Preview, which allows you to create a custom recovery disk to restore your Windows in case something goes wrong.

Here is a simple method on how to create a system repair disc for Windows 8:

1. StepGo to Control Panel

Control Panel in Run

2. StepClick Windows 7 File Recovery

Windows File Recovery

3. StepClick Create a System repair disc

System repair disc

4. StepClick Create Disc when you have selected the Drive.

Create System Repair Disc

5. StepIn the next process, you would see the system generating the disc for you. This would only be possible if you have inserted a blank new CD or DVD in your DVD drive so that the creation of disc is successful.

Preparing Disc

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Written by: Yasir Saeed
Yasir likes to dabble in SEO and enjoys writing about Windows 8, Social Media and other Tech topics. If you want to find out more about Yasir visit his blog at yasirsaeed.com

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