Method of restoring registry of Windows® 7
How do you restore registry on Windows 7?
Windows 7 has been given the System Restore feature which was available on Windows XP. If anything goes wrong with Windows 7, then System Restore can help you in restoring the computer to a previously saved state. For this, you need to configure System Restore for a drive or all drives on your PC. To use the System Restore feature, you need to press the 'F8' key at the startup time of the system. You need to choose the first option from the window which is the 'System Recovery'. Then, you need to enter administrator account user name password. The System process will then begin and it will start to restore your PC to a previous date where there were no problems.
Ways to restore registry in Windows 7 are discussed below:
- Windows System Restore
- Restore software
- Advanced booting options
Windows System Restore
You need to navigate through 'Start' and need to select 'All Programs' and then go to 'Accessories' and then to 'System Tools' where you will get an option 'System Recovery'. Windows 7 has a new feature which will suggest some excellent restore points and the analysis might take some time.
You can also buy restore software online or from a retailer. You just need to download and install the software on your computer. In case of recovery you just need to run the software which will take the computer back to its factory settings. You need to reinstall all the drivers for your computer once it is taken back to its factory settings.
You can also use advanced booting options to restore the operating system to its factory settings. To start this process you need to start the computer using the power button and then you need to press 'F8' while restarting to go to 'Advanced Boot Options'. Then you need to select ‘Repair your computer’ and press 'Enter'. After you create a backup of system data, you need to press ‘Restore’ to complete the restoration of the computer.