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Beginners Guides: Windows Vista Crash Recovery and Repair Install

Beginners Guides: Windows Vista Crash Recovery and Repair Install - PCSTATS
Abstract: What you need to know to bring a crashed Vista PC system back to life. When Windows Vista fails and won't boot, separate the hardware from the software and get it fixed with the help of PCSTATS.
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Vista Startup Repair Con't

Startup repair works automatically without user intervention. The only feedback you get is a report of changes when it has finished.

Startup repair runs automatically when you enter the Windows Vista recovery environment and choose the Vista installation that you wish to repair.

Depending on the problems with the computer, this may take a while.

Now that the repair process has finished, you can click 'view diagnostic and repair details' to see a log of the results. If the repair wizard has indicated it was not able to fix problems with your computer, click the 'view advanced options for system recovery and support' option to proceed to the main Vista recovery environment menu. There are some other options to try.

Otherwise click 'finish' to reboot your computer and attempt to start Windows Vista normally.

Other Windows Vista repair options

If the startup repair process has failed to make your Windows Vista installation bootable, there are some other options in the Vista recovery environment. These are available via the 'system recovery options' menu that appears when you choose advanced options after running the repair wizard or if you press 'cancel' at the operating system selection screen.

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Contents of Article: PCSTATS
 Pg 1.  Beginners Guides: Windows Vista Crash Recovery and Repair Install
 Pg 2.  Step 1 - PC Turns On, Does Not Boot Up
 Pg 3.  Step 2 - Options for Recovering Windows Vista
 Pg 4.  Windows Vista Recovery Environment
 Pg 5.  — Vista Startup Repair Con't
 Pg 6.  Vista's System Restore Utility
 Pg 7.  Windows Vista Memory Diagnostic Tool
 Pg 8.  Vista Bootrec Console Tools
 Pg 9.  Recovering Lost Partitions Con't
 Pg 10.  Preventative Maintenance: Make Vista Easy to Recover

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