Windows® Vista Repair Utility
Using Startup Repair, provide tips to automatically repair Windows Vista
Although Windows XP was very successful and popular; there were a number of challenges that arose when it came to the diagnosing and repair of operating system. With the release of Windows Vista, Microsoft enhanced a diagnostic and repair tool that users could utilize in case if the computer was not functioning properly. One of these tools is the Startup Repair tool, which provides great flexibility and simplicity in fixing computer problems that a user may not be able to resolve in normal settings.
This article will focus on how to use the Startup Repair utility in order to fix system problems in Windows Vista:
- How to use Startup Repair tool
- Locating the Startup Repair tool option
- Best options for configuring Startup Repair
How to use Startup Repair tool
For a novice user it was very difficult in experiencing challenges or problems with system booting in Windows Vista-based PC. The Startup Repair tool provides an automated repair solution that helps in diagnosing and repairing their computer system. Startup Repair is accessed through ‘Windows Recovery Environment’, which is activated by booting up a user’s computer with Windows Vista® recovery or operating system disc.
Locating the Startup Repair tool option
To start this recovery process, insert the Windows Vista disc into the disc drive and turn your computer on. Once the computer is turned on, you should see your BIOS listing ‘Hardware’. Press any key on the action prompt window to boot from the disc. If you are familiar with installing Windows operating system, you need to follow prompt instructions. The computer will boot into the setup environment from where you will select the ‘Startup Repair’ tool.
Once you have set up various options, there is ‘Repair Your Computer’ option. Once set up, the Startup tool will automatically look for faults on the computer and prompt to restore the computer. This might take some time. You can also take the help of IT department in order to get specialized technical support.