Create System Repair Disk in Windows 8

In this article we are explaining how to create a Windows 8 system repair disk.

Introduction

In this article we are explaining how to create a Windows 8 system repair disk. Microsoft Windows has always allowed its users to create a system repair disc from the operating systems that they are currently using. The recently released Windows 8 is no different and you can easily make a system repair disc for yourself on the new OS. Bear this in mind; if you are running the 64-bit version of Windows then you will only be able to make a system repair disc for a 64-bit version.

The purpose of creating a system repair disk is for when your Windows 8 operating systems fail to boot. The system repair disc can easily trigger the operating system into the recovery environment. To use your system repair disc you will need to tinker with your BIOS or UEFI so that the system reboots from the recovery disc. To do so you will need to set the boot orders in such as way that it starts from the CD/DVD first.

How to create the system repair disk in Windows 8

Step 1

Go to the search box and type "Windows 7 file recovery" and click on "Settings". Click on "Windows 7 File Recovery".

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Step 2

In the Windows 7 File Recovery window click on "Create a system repair disk".

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Step 3

Now insert a blank DVD disk in the DVD drive and click on "Create disk".

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Step 4

It will take a few minutes. When the repair disk is complete click on "Close".

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Step 5

To repair the system, start the computer and select the boot option for the CD/DVD first and follow the steps.

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