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Windows 7: bypassing windows error recovery

17 Dec 2014   #1
CLassicD

7 ultimate x64
 
 
bypassing windows error recovery

Hi,
Is there anyway this can be bypassed - basically we have windows units are to be on always and power on in AC state after power lose - however sometimes windows boot manager diverts to windows error recovery. With the option impossible for the client to select is there anyway this can be done?

Thanks
Classic


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17 Dec 2014   #2
Kaktussoft

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by CLassicD View Post
Hi,
Is there anyway this can be bypassed - basically we have windows units are to be on always and power on in AC state after power lose - however sometimes windows boot manager diverts to windows error recovery. With the option impossible for the client to select is there anyway this can be done?

Thanks
Classic
Totally disable boot to windows recovery environment. Is that what you want? You can always troubleshoot using win7 install DVD->repair computer. It is for 99.9% the same.

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reagentc/enable
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17 Dec 2014   #3
CLassicD

7 ultimate x64
 
 

Thats it Kaktussoft, i dont need to run the winRE just to boot back into windows. I will give it a try see if it works cheers.
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