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Windows 7: Creating system repair disc on usb.


31 Jan 2014   #1
Azeemkwow

Windows 7 ultimate x64
 
 
Creating system repair disc on usb.

Can anyone tell me that how can i create system repair disc on my usb. can anyone tell me any software which can perform this task.


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31 Jan 2014   #2
Kaktussoft

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Azeemkwow View Post
Can anyone tell me that how can i create system repair disc on my usb. can anyone tell me any software which can perform this task.
What you can do (let someone do) is: Create a normal system repair disc. Be sure it's 64bits if your windows version is 64bits. Otherwise use 32 bits. For repair actions not so important... but I should use the same language as the system to fix. When you hav created that disk, then

Copy all files from CD to an primary NTFS formatted partition on USB. If you did format it in win7, then the correct bootsector is on usb partition. Mark that partition ACTIVE Partition - Mark as Active
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