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Windows 7: ASUS AI Recovery Burner.. what does it burn?

30 Aug 2012   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium X64
ASUS AI Recovery Burner.. what does it burn?

Hi, i want to reformat my computer because recently it has been really slow and choppy.

However my question is what exactly does i burn when i use the software?

Should i use DVD-R or DVD+R to burn?

if burn DVDs using AI Recovery Burner does it burn all the softwares i have or just the drivers and those necessarily things i had when i first time booted the computer?

The thing is i want to make it, how it used to be when i first time used the computer.

Thanks =)

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30 Aug 2012   #2


You should make the Recovery disks so you have a backup method to the most stable way to run Recovery which is from its partition, either started from Win7 or by using the F-key given on first boot screen.

You should be given a DVD option to burn the disks.

This will set your PC back to the exact condition as when it came from factory, however all of the preinstalled crapware and useless factory utilities will be restored. You can clean these up to get a better performing Win7 install using Clean Up Factory Bloatware.

Or you can get the best install of all without any of the crapware and unneeded utilities using Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7
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31 Aug 2012   #3

Windows 7 Home Premium X64

but will i burn all the softwares i currently have or just the drivers, windows 7 and all the other stuff i had when i first time booted my pc?
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