Vista Disk Recovery System SolutionJuly 15, 2020 by Christian Longman
Last week, some of our readers encountered a system error code using Vista Disk. This problem can occur for several reasons. We will discuss it now.
- Download "Easy Recovery Essentials".
- Run the program.
- In the menu that opens, select Windows Vista, then the "System Restore" option.
- Select the desired snapshot from which you want to restore the computer.
A powerful new feature in Windows Vista is the ability to use System Restore in Vista Recovery Environment. This allows you to restore your computer to its previous working condition, even if you cannot start Windows Vista normally. Before you can use System Restore to restore Vista, System Restore must be turned on and running. Indeed, without a system restore, there is no recovery point that you can restore. For more information about system recovery, checking its activation on your computer, and available recovery points, see This Guide: Windows Vista Recovery Guide.
The first step in using System Restore, if you cannot start the computer, is to start the Windows Recovery Environment from the Windows Vista DVD. To start the Windows Recovery Environment, you must insert the Vista DVD into the DVD drive and turn on the computer. Your computer starts up, and your BIOS should list your hardware and other information. When this information is deleted, yourThe computer will see that a bootable DVD is inserted, and it will display a prompt similar to Figure 1.
If you want to start the computer from the Windows Vista DVD, you must press a key on the keyboard when you see this prompt. You may not be able to boot from the DVD that came with your computer. In this case, the manufacturer of your computer probably installed the Windows recovery environment directly into a small partition on your hard drive. To access this section, slowly press the F8 key on the keyboard after the BIOS information has been removed from the screen until the Windows Start menu appears. In this menu, use the arrow keys to select a Windows recovery environment option and press the Enter key on your keyboard. You should now see a black screen with a white status bar at the bottom indicating that Windows is downloading files. After a while, the status bar turns completely white, and you see a screen showing that Windows is loading. Windows Setup continues to boot. When you are finished, you will see a screen similar to Figure 2, prompt Information about your location and your language.
On this screen, you need to configure the language for installation, the time and currency format, as well as the keyboard or input method, so that they are installed correctly. When you're done, click Next. You are now on the main Windows Vista configuration screen, where you usually install Vista on your computer.
Since we want to restore the computer, you must click on the Restore computer option. This will lead you to a new screen where the recovery process will look for all the Windows Vista installations on your computer. When you are finished, the System Recovery Options dialog box appears (see Figure 4 below).
Select the Vista installation that you want to restore. If you need to download drivers before Vista can access your disks or other components, click the "Download Driver" button to download them. When you're done, click Next to continue. If the recovery process does not cause problems when starting Vista, you will see a list of available tools restoredand I. If a problem is detected, an attempt is made to perform a startup recovery to automatically resolve these problems. If you want to continue this process, you can find out more here. Otherwise, click Cancel and select Show advanced recovery and system support options to display a list of recovery tools.
If you want to perform a system restore, click on the “System Restore” option. After you clicked on the “System Restore” option, the System Restore Wizard will launch and you will see a screen similar to Figure 6 below.
You must click Next on this screen. A new screen will appear with all recovery points available for recovery.
The recovery point you choose must be such that the operating system works correctly. To select and use a specific restore point, left-click on a record to select it, then click the "Next" button. A screen appears asking you to select the media to recover niya.
By default, the hard drive on which Vista is installed is selected automatically and cannot be canceled. If other hard drives are monitored during system recovery and you want to recover, select the check box. When you have selected all the recovery disks, click the “Next” button to open the confirmation screen.
If you are satisfied with the recovery point that you want to use, click Finish. As soon as you click Finish, a warning appears that the recovery cannot be stopped after starting. When you are ready to continue, click Yes. System Restore now restores the selected recovery point on your computer. At the end, a warning is displayed that the process has completed successfully.
As soon as system recovery restores the recovery point, you must restart the computer by clicking the "Restart" button. Your computer will restart. When reconnecting to the desktop, a warning appears about the final recovery of the system (c . Below).
Now Windows Vista will be restored to the selected recovery point, and we hope that your computer will work fine. If you still have problems with your computer, you can try using other available repair tools. The following are guidelines for using these tools:
As always, if you have comments, questions, or suggestions for this tutorial, let us know in the Windows Vista Help Forums.
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