Windows® Vista startup repair
What are the most common issues that can come with Windows Vista startup?
Windows Vista possesses several diagnostic and repair tools as compared to its predecessor, Windows® XP. One other feature that is included is the Windows® Startup Repair. This Startup Repair feature is a powerful and robust diagnostic tool. It serves out to be an automated repair and recovery tool if you are facing issues with your Windows Vista startup.
- Windows Vista Startup Repair
- Common issues related to Vista startup
- Tips to repair it
Windows Vista Startup Repair
Startup Repair is an outstanding tool by Windows® through which you can fix several issues related to your system boot up. It prevents your system from crashing, scans your machine for different issues, and then fixes them. If your machine does not have the Startup Repair tool, then you might get it customized, so that whenever you come across any issues, you can easily resolve them. The repair tools are helpful in preventing your system from damaging and fixing them.
Common issues related to Vista startup
The most common issues that can come with Windows Vista startup are as follows. Your system is taking too long to load the applications on your desktop, or is giving error messages such as ``File is missing,’’ ``Disk boot failure,’’ ``non-system disk failure,’’ or ``OS not found.’’ The system loads the applications, but the peripherals are not working properly, or blue screen of death appears. These problems may arise due to corrupt or missing files, incompatible, corrupt, or missing drivers, the boot configuration settings are corrupt, registry corruption, installation is improper, corrupt boot sector, partition table, or master boot record. These problems should be immediately fixed. If it is not done in time it will lead to system corruption, hard disk failure, or even computer freezing.
You can run a registry scan to resolve startup repair issues. Nevertheless, manual cleaning is difficult as if a small module is deleted it will be damaging your system even more. You can make use of third-party registry tools, as these tools are risk free and extremely easy to use. Such tools create a registry backup before cleaning it and delete the registry files that are necessary and can be recovered back. The registry cleaner analyzes the system, and if find any obsolete or wrong files, it deletes it immediately. Once you run the registry cleaner, you will notice a significant difference in your system, as it will be running fast, smoothly, and error free.