Windows 8 has a very useful auto-repair option
that allows even beginners to quickly repair the OS within minutes. Corruption
of Windows is a major problem for Windows. There are many possible causes of
corruption, one of them is infection form a virus while using the internet when
a virus is encountered from a global source when downloading and uploading
files. Whenever a Microsoft-based operating system is used, it is quite obvious
that after some time the entire OS is vulnerable to corruption. When this is the
case, you, as an administrator, are supposed to repair the computer so that it
can be restored to its running state.
The same is the case with Microsoft Windows 8;
but when it becomes corrupt, it can be repaired using the builtin system tools
specifically integrated into the operating system to solve the problem.
Therefore, as a Windows 8 user, if you want to repair the corrupt operating
system you are required to follow the steps given below:
Step 1: Power on the your computer in which the Microsoft Windows 8
operating system is installed.
Step 2: During the start-up process press the F8 key
repeatedly to enter the boot menu.
Step 3: In the option window click on the Troubleshoot option.
Step 4: In the Troubleshoot window click on the Advanced
Step 5: In the Advanced options window
click on the Automatically
Step 6: Once restarted, choose an account with administrative privileges
credentials of which you want to use to repair Windows 8.
Step 7: In the next screen enter the appropriate password and hit the Continue button
to initiate the automatic repair process.
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