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Windows 7 - How to Create a Systems Recovery Disc

You may not expect anything to happen to your Windows 7 computer, but the PC may have other ideas. Computer owners everywhere experience problems with their operating system files every day, and if you do not have a way to recover those files you could be left with a paperweight instead of a functioning PC.

Taking a few minutes to create a systems recovery disc for your Windows 7 computer can be a lifesaver if and when you experience a corrupt operating system or damaged file. When that happens, you can insert your systems recovery disc and use it to fix your Windows 7 computer and get it back to normal operation.

To create a Windows 7 systems recovery disc, just follow these simple steps.
1. Click the Start button on your Windows 7 computer. Choose Control Panel and double-click the System and Security icon. Choose the Backup and Restore option.
2. Choose the Create a System Repair Disc option. Browse to the drive letter that represents the CD or DVD burner on your computer.
3. Place a blank writable CD or DVD disc in your computer. Click the Create Disc option and wait for the systems recovery disc to be created. This process should take just a few minutes.
4. Label your systems recovery disc and keep it in a safe place.


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