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How to use a Registry Back Up Recovery Console

By Edited Apr 26, 2016 0 0

Use A Registry Back Up Recovery Console

Recovery Console

Using a  Backup Recovery Console is quite a straight forward process, you will require a recovery console disk , so you will be able to transfer and repair the registry and other Boot errors you my have on your computer. If you have a Windows XP operating system than a backup recovery console  will allow you to create a system repair disk . This is done buy coping and transferring files to an external disk that you can store for later use . This is a vital and useful tool that will allow you to repair any hard drive faults, boot files and registry faults should they become corrupted. This article will instruct you on how you can open and use this console to fix the issues mentioned above. This is by creating your own Registry Repair Disk . Don't worry it's a simple process but would be more suited for a Widows XP system as this is compatible with the backup recovery console.


 OK if you have a windows XP system than go down to the start menu and clink on the icon. This will open a list of all the current programs running on your computer system. Scroll through the list until you find system and maintenance, in Windows Vista you will find that it is called system and security. Purchase  a blank CD or re-writable DVD from any local Music retail shop, be sure to ask at the counter that the DVD or CD is able to be used for the purpose intended.

Next click on the Back up and Restore Link and then proceed to create your own system repair disk in the left hand side of the window pane. Another window will open Asking you for information about where the  location of the blank CD or DVD is to be placed. Click on "Drive Letter"  You will be presented with a drop down window, scroll down and click Create Disk and now windows will copy all  backup recovery files to that disk. So you are now able to save and recover all of those important files to your new blank disk as well as edit any specific files you choose, so even if  for any reason your computer breaks down you will have saved all your important files onto your blank disk.

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