Boot Up Crashed Computer with Windows 7 Boot Disk
HELP! Windows 7 won't boot up!
Nowadays, most desktops and laptops come with Windows pre-installed when you buy them, and sometimes the Windows installation disc is not included. Then what if your Windows 7 becomes corrupt or fails to boot up?
Boot up crashed Windows 7 with 2 steps
There's no technical term, no professional skill required, Wondershare LiveBoot Boot CD/USB simplifies all the things for you. You only need to insert a bootable CD or USB drive to boot up your Windows. This emergency boot disk for Windows 7 can help to boot up any desktop and laptop. Integrating with Microsoft authorized WinPE 3.0 technology, LiveBoot is compatible with all computer brands.
Step1. 1 click to burn bootable CD/USB drive
After installing LiveBoot, run it and you are at the wizard of it. Here you can burn your Windows 7 boot disk or USB with only 1 click. Insert a blank CD or plug in a USB drive to your computer, click the burn button, and all things will be completed automatically. You only need to take the disk or USB out when the burning is finished.
Note: You also can get a Windows 7 reboot disc directly from Wondershare along with your order if you don't want to burn it by yourself.
Steps2. 1 click to boot up Windows from bootable CD/USB
After getting the Windows 7 boot CD or USB drive, insert or plug in it to the crashed Windows 7, and restart it. When the system begins loading, press F12, and you'll get into the Boot Device Menu, here choose "Onboard or USB CD-ROM Drive", then you will get a boot menu as below, and choose to boot your computer from LiveBoot.
Step3. Repair your "Windows 7 won't boot up" issue
When WinPE boots up, you will get the main interface of LiveBoot. Go to "Windows Recovery", and you are at the "Recovery Center", which is specially designed for PC beginners. Here you can get a complete solution set to repair various Windows fatal causes.
You can recover the MBR, Windows boot files, partition boot sector, registry and your Windows backup files in this recovery center with only one click on the related tab. When the recovery finished, reboot your computer and you'll find your Windows 7 is back.
Additionally, when you are under the boot environment, you also can surf online with Internet Explorer, which is integrated with bootable LiveBoot CD.