Choose Start?Control Panel and click the System and Security Link. Under Action Center, click the Find and Fix Problems (Troubleshooting) link. You see the Troubleshooting screen. Make sure that the Get the Most Up-to-Date Troubleshooters check box is selected.
If your computer won’t start Windows at all, you can access Startup Repair and other tools under the System Restore menu items from any Windows 7 installation disc or USB stick. These tools can help a person get Windows 7 up and running again.
Reboot each of our computers.
Press F8 for the Windows 7 owner logo.
Select Repair your computer.
Select Command Prompt.
When it opens, enter the required commands: bootrec /rebuildbcd.
Last Known Good Configuration in safe mode.
Run Startup Repair.
Run System Restore. This
Use the System File Checker scheme to restore system files.
Use the Bootrec.Repair exe tool for boot issues.
Create bootable media.
1: Step Click Start, then click Control Panel and click System and Security. Step 2: Select “Backup and Restore” will appear on a new page. Step 3: After selecting “Backup and Windows”, you usually click on “System Preferences” or “Restore Hard Drive”.
Make sure your device is properly connected to the Internet (the update requires an Internet connection).
In the future, try updating manually by following the instructions above.
Run the Windows Update troubleshooter: select Start > Settings > Update and Security > . Under Get Up and Run, select Windows Update.
Press +X and select Windows PowerShell (Admin).
Type the following and press Enter: chkdsk X: /R (convince yourself by replacing X with the mail associated with the damaged drive)
Wait for CHKDSK to complete and restart our computer.
To take steps to repair a corrupted registry in Windows 7, customers can try the following: Run Startup Repair
Install the update
Copy backup files from RegBack folder when using command line
To remove computer virus and other malware, follow the steps in the order given in point 2. Use Microsoft Safety Scanner Microsoft offers almost all free online tools to help you scan and remove potential threats from your computer.
3. Use the Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool. For more information about the Microsoft Malicious Software Removal Tool, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base: 890830 – Uninstall
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