Resolve the issue when Windows® 7 stops booting
What are the tips to resolve the issue when Windows 7 stops booting?
Windows 7 is the latest Operating System released by Microsoft for use on personal computers, business desktops, and laptops. Windows 7 includes various attractive features. But there may be certain issues that can come up while using Windows 7. You can use safe mode to temporarily disable programs that start themselves when Windows 7 starts. Install a powerful antivirus program to remove the virus from the system. The system files are usually damaged by this harmful virus. Windows 7 might not start properly due to several reasons. If the system file is corrupted or any important system file is missing, it would cause the start up problem. System configuration is a tool which helps to identify and resolve problems by preventing unwanted software when Windows is started. Due to the hardware failure, Windows 7 may fail to start. If the drivers and the device are not compatible with each other, there can be issues in booting process.
Following are the tips to prevent the issue when Windows 7 stops booting:
- Using startup repair tool
- Using system restore
- Check the hardware problem
Using startup repair tool
Startup Repair is present on the 'System Recovery Options' menu. It is a Windows recovery tool which helps to resolve the problems of missing or damaged system files. These damaged files prevent the Windows to start correctly. Startup Repair cannot solve hardware failures, such as a failing hard disk or incompatible memory. When you run the Startup repair tool, it scans the entire system and helps to start the system correctly.
Using system restore
System restore is the in-built utility in your system. It might return your system files into a point in time before you noticed a problem, without affecting documents, photos, or other personal files. Without affecting the personal files and other important files, it restores the system files into an earlier point. The restore points consist of information about registry settings.
If the problem occur in hard disk, it may cause the problem in while starting Windows 7. Memory errors also cause the start up issue in Windows 7. You can use 'Memory Diagnostics Tool' to detect the errors. Using faulty random access memory results in memory errors. If any device is installed into your system, you need to check the compatibility of the driver.