Windows 7 Recovery Disk

If you ever ran into situation where your Windows 7 couldn't start and you didn't create a boot up disk; this post is for you.

Here are the .iso files for 32-bit and 64-bit computers.  You'll need to download the appropriate .iso file, burn it to a CD or DVD and boot from it.  Note: You will not be able to re-install Windows 7 from the recovery CD; but to recover your operating system after a crash.

So, how to boot from CD/DVD; one may ask.  It's simple. When your system starts up, make sure that you press F2 to enter system's bios mode.  From the Boot tab, highlight CD/DVD option and move it to the very top (for top priority booting) by either pressing F5 or F6.  Of course, when your system is fixed, make sure that you go back to the system's bios and change its booting priority back to the hard drive. 


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