Repair Windows® Vista Installation
Do you need to repair your Windows Vista?
A new computer runs efficiently and smoothly helping you to do your work quickly. In due course, while you are working you will experience problems like computer slow down or your screen freezes frequently. You will realize that your computer is less stable than before. Due to several reasons your computer might be slow, such as lack of processor power or insufficient memory. However, the majority of problems can be traced back to the software installed or your operating system. If you identify the issues with the operating system then you will need to repair your Windows Vista. It is very important to choose the right way because it can be difficult and time consuming to reinstall Windows Vista.
Let us learn how to exactly repair Windows Vista:
- Why do you need to repair Windows Vista?
- How to repair Windows Vista?
- What are the issues involved?
Why do you need to repair Windows Vista?
Before repairing Windows Vista you must determine the requirement to do so. You need to repair Windows Vista, if your security protection finds a virus or malware and it cannot be deleted in any other feasible ways. The other reasons may be you cannot start Windows Vista in Safe Mode, or there are problems in your computer by a recently installed system update, or system restore does not work or you do not have access to system restore, or you have made major changes to hardware setup. You may want to repair Windows Vista when your registry is full and cannot be cleaned by registry cleaners. The other need for Windows Vista repair is to run it as fast as possible by reverting to factory settings.
How to repair Windows Vista?
To repair Windows Vista, you need to first insert Windows Vista setup disk into DVD-ROM and restart your system and boot it from the Windows Vista DVD. Select the appropriate options for the installation process available on the interface. Next, Windows Setup will find existing Windows Vista installations. You will be asked to repair an existing Vista installation, or install a fresh copy of Windows Vista®. If no installations are found, then you will not be given the option to repair. This may happen if the data or partition on your drive is badly corrupted. Choose the available repair option and select the Windows Vista installation and click on the Next button. In System Recovery options, click on the Startup Repair link. Startup repair will to try to repair whatever issues it found with Windows Vista files. Next enter your Windows Vista serial key and then click on the Finish button. Your Windows Vista will reboot normally.
Repair installation is not the same as the clean installation. Repair installation is done to replace corrupt system files and to avoid loosing of data. However, it is important that you must have a good backup of your data. The reason is that if the repair installation is not successful then there is a risk of losing your data. You must also opt for repair installation only if system restore does not work for you, or you don’t want to have a new installation, or you want to preserve your user accounts, data programs, and other data, or there is no other way you can repair your Windows Vista. Repair Installation must be your last option after you have checked with all the possibilities of replacing corrupt system files.
iYogi’s tech support can guide you to repair Windows Vista in your computer. Our tech support team can assist you in the installation of Windows Vista by repairing your corrupt system files without losing your data.