24 Aug 2012

How to Install Themes on Windows 7

Microsoft Windows 7 themes are very popular and easy to personalize your computer desktop. Some desktop themes may come already installed with the computer's operating system. If you want to install additional themes in windows 7 system then you can do it(see:How to Customize your Windows 7 PC). Follow the given steps to add more themes in windows 7 system.

***Sometimes the themes that you download do not have the best resolution and screen fit that you desire in your Windows 7 PC. In that case, you can download the Universal Theme Patcher software.

Step1: To use non-Microsoft visual style, first you need to download Universal Theme Patcher. This software consists of uxtheme.dll file which allows you to use various visual styles.

Step2: From this website”www.freewaregeeks.com” download the UniversalThemePatcher.zip folder.

Step3: Now open the zip folder and click on the ‘UniversalThemePatcher_20090409’ folder.

How to Install Themes on Windows 7Step4: Select UniversalThemePatcher-x64 (for Windows 7 Ultimate Edition 64-bit). When dialog box will open up, select English from User Interface Language box.

Step5: Now click on the Yes button.Check the patch from Universal Theme Patcher For Windows and close it.

Step6:  Now you can download themes and save into C:\Windows\Resources\Themes. Then right-click on the desktop ->Personalize->select theme.

See also: How to customize Windows Start button in Windows 7
                Reasons Why Windows 7 Performs Slow



22 Aug 2012

How to Fix Windows Firewall Error 0x8007042c

Windows Firewall protects your computer from unauthorized access and blocks malicious programs. Sometimes, Windows firewall does not start when you start your computer and gives the error 0x8007042c.To resolve this issue, follow the given steps.

If you want to disable Firewall service in windows 7, then follow this article-How to Disable Windows Firewall in Windows 7

Step1: This happens due to missing or corrupt SharedAccess registry key, which represents the Windows Firewall Service following a virus or malware infection. You should first run Microsoft Safety Scanner to remove malware from your computer. Microsoft Safety Scanner will scan your computer and remove all malware files.You can download Microsoft Safety Scanner from the Microsoft website.

Step2:  You can start the Windows Firewall services manually from Services listing. Follow the given steps.
How to Fix Windows Firewall Error 0x8007042c

  • Click Start->type Services in the Search box.
  • Right-click Services->click Run as administrator
  • When prompted, enter your admin password, and then press Enter.
  • Find Windows Firewall option, and then double-click Windows Firewall.
  • Windows Firewall Properties window will open. In the Startup type box, click Automatic.
  • If Service status is Stopped, click Start.
  • Click Apply, and then click OK.
  • Again Find the Base Filtering Engine from service list and double click on it.
  • When Base Filtering Engine Properties window will open, check the Service status. If it is stopped, click Start.
  • Click Apply, and then click OK.

**If you are still getting this error after completing the above steps then follow the next step.

Step3: Create a batch file to stop and restart this service .Follow the given steps.
  • Open Notepad and copy the given commands and save the file as Repair.bat in your desktop.    
sc config MpsSvc start= auto
sc config KeyIso start= auto
sc config BFE start= auto
sc config FwcAgent start= auto
net stop MpsSvc
net start MpsSvc
net stop KeyIso
net start KeyIso
net start Wlansvc
net start dot3svc
net start EapHostnet
net stop BFE
net start BFE
net start PolicyAgent
net start MpsSvc
net start IKEEXT
net start DcaSvcnet
net stop FwcAgent
net start FwcAgent

  • Now right-click on Repair.bat file and click Run as administrator.
  • If prompted for confirmation, then press Y on the keyboard and press Enter.
  • Now start Windows Firewall again. If it starts fine, then delete the Repair.bat file from desktop.

See also: How to Repair a System32 Error in Windows 7
                How to Fix Windows 7 Activation Error 0xC004F061


20 Aug 2012

How to Fix Windows 7 Slow Shutdown Problem

Windows 7 shutdown process can slow for various reasons. It can happen due to hardware or software problem. Certain programs and services are required to be run at all times. However, if you open unnecessary programs, these may make your system slow. Malware or virus can also make your machine and system slow(see:Reasons Why Windows 7 Performs Slow). Follow the given steps to speed up the shutdown process.

Step1: Make sure that you are always running anti-virus software so that you can greatly reduce the chances of being attacked by malware that can clog up your system and make shutdown and startup slower. You should also check if Windows 7 is trying to run a virus scan when shutting down. This can create problems and make your computer much slower to shut down. Try to uninstall virus scanners to see whether or not this fixes the issue.

If you want to fix genuine error in windows 7 then, follow this article-How to Fix Windows Not Genuine Error in Windows 7


Step2:  Another thing which can prevent your computer from shutting down is pop-ups. Sometimes pop-ups create problem and tell you that your computer simply isn't able to turn off. To resolve this issue, follow the given points.
  • Click Start-> type gpedit.msc and press Enter.
    How to Fix Windows 7 Slow Shutdown Problem
  • Now navigate to Computer Configurations > Administrative Templates > System > Shutdown Options.
  • Now, you will be able to see Turn off automatic termination of applications that block or cancel shutdown option in the main window. Double click it and a dialogue box will be loaded, here you can set the behaviors for this option, choose Enable and click Apply.

Step3: Make sure that your computer’s hard drive is not fragmented. Defragmenting your hard drive will ensure that it can work properly and shut down quickly. Open the Disk Defragmenter and run defragment the drive. This will speed up your PC and make it much quicker to work. You can do it on a regular basis to ensure a speedy shutdown.

Step4: You can also try speeding up the shutdown process by editing the registry.
  • Click Start, type ‘regedit’ in Search bar and press Enter. 
  • Find the key which is labeled HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE and click System, CurrentControlSet and choose Control. 
  • Double click on the WaitToKillServiceTimeout key. Change the value to a lower number to speed up shutdown.

Step5: Clean boot sector.
  • Click Start Orb > type msconfig in the search box. 
  • Click msconfig in the search results 
  • Click the General tab, and click Selective Startup.
  • Under Selective Startup uncheck Load Startup items.
  • Click the Services tab, check the Hide all Microsoft Services box, and then click Disable All .
  • Click OK, and when you are prompted, click Restart.

Step6: To solve your registry problem, you can use a registry scanner to search for the threats.


See also: How to Fix Windows 7 Error
                How to Manually Uninstall Microsoft Updates in Windows 7

17 Aug 2012

How to Fix Registry Errors in Windows 7

The Windows registry is the main storage location for all your operating system configurations and preferences. Some errors that occur in the Windows registry can affect your computer's performance(see:How to Resolve Windows 7 BOOTMGR Missing Error). It can cause your system to be unpredictable, unstable, and in some case, even unbootable. To fix registry errors, follow the given steps.

To remove virus from system registry ,you can follow this blog-How to remove virus from the registry

Using system restore:

 

Step1: From Start button ->"System Restore" to open a list of Control Panel utilities

Step2: double-click on "System Restore"-> Click the option "Choose a different restore point”.

Step3: Select a previous date to roll back the registry changes. Choose a date when your computer run efficiently. Click "Next".

Step4: Click "Finish". Restart your computer system.

 

Using CCleaner:

 

How to Fix Registry Errors in Windows 7
Errors can be fixed through Ccleaner, a free registry cleaner tool in Windows 7. Follow the given steps to fix registry errors.

Step1: Download CCleaner and click the installation link. Follow the onscreen instructions to install it on your computer.

Step2: Click the "Registry" button on the left side. Click the "Scan for Issues" button at the bottom of the window, and CCleaner will scan your registry for errors. This process will take some time. After completing the scan, the error will be listed in the window.

Step3: After you scan for issues, you can take a backup of registry and then click the Fix Selected Issues button.

See also:  How to Fix Windows 7 Activation Error 0xC004F061
                 How to Fix Black Screen Issue in Windows 7

 

16 Aug 2012

How to Customize your Windows 7 PC

Windows 7 provides customize option which gives a unique style and at the same time enhances your experience as a user. New themes, backgrounds, gadgets, mouse pointers, user images, and more give options to make your PC look like the way you want.

If you want to change Startup programs in windows 7,then follow this blog-How to Change Startup Programs in Windows 7

Change the Welcome Screen:

You can change two things in the Welcome Screen and that is your profile picture and apply a software to change the background image. Follow the given steps:
  • Start->Control Panel->User account
  • Click the Change your picture link.
  • Select a picture from the default Windows 7 pictures, or click the Browse button for more picture links and navigate to an image of your own to use instead.
  • Click the Change Picture button.
To change background image, follow the given steps:
  • Start button-> enter 'regedit' into the Search bar. Right-click Regedit.exe> click Run as administrator.
  • Right click HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE and select Find.
  • Search for OEMBackground, which should be in Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Authentication\LogonUI\Background. If the key does not exist, add a new DWORD value with the name OEMBackground.
  • Double-click on the entry OEMBackground, and change the value from 0 to 1.
  • Open Windows Explorer and go to the following path: %windir%\system32\oobe.
  • Create a new folder named Info, and open it.
  • Create a new folder within Info named backgrounds.
  • Rename your desired wallpaper as backgroundDefault.jpg and place it inside the folder backgrounds (images must be less than 245KB in size).

 

Change The Windows Theme:

  • To change windows 7 theme: Right-click the desktop and select Personalize.
  • Choose the default theme or browse the theme from online. And Apply it.

 

Create A Custom Desktop Slideshow:

  • Right-click desktop-> Personalize-> Desktop Background
  • To create a slideshow, you need to select any entry from the Picture location drop-down menu.
  • Choose a Picture position and time interval to Change picture
  • Click the Save changes button

 

Customize Windows start button:

How to Customize your Windows 7 PC
  • Right-click the "Start" button-> click Properties
  • The Task bar and Start Menu Properties dialog box appears on the screen
  • Click the "Customize" button. The Customize Start Menu dialog box appears on the screen.
  • Type the number of programs you want to display into the field to the right of "Number of Recent Programs to Display" at the bottom of the dialog box. Then click OK two times to save your changes and exit the dialog box.

 

Change Windows Startup Sounds:

  • Start->Control panel->Hardware and Sound->click Change System Sound from Sound option.
  • Choose Sounds and Sound scheme and then click OK.
  • Add Your Downloads Folder to the Start Menu:
  • Right-click the Start button-> click Properties-> Click the Customize button
  • Scroll down until you find the entry for 'Downloads'. And finally click OK.

 

Move the taskbar:

Click an empty space on the taskbar, and then hold down the mouse button as you drag the taskbar to one of the four edges of the desktop. When the taskbar is where you want it, release the mouse button.

How to Customize your Windows 7 PC 

Add some gadgets:

  • Right-click on the Desktop ->click Gadget->chooses the Gadget.
  • After that you can resize, move, restore and change the gadget.

13 Aug 2012

How to Set Up your Home Wireless Network with Windows Vista and XP

A home network allows you to share pictures, applications as well as a single Internet connection with other computers and devices in your home. Often this is the fastest method in copying files from one PC to another or a device. The given steps will help you set up home network in windows Vista and XP.

If you want to set up home network in windows 7, then follow this blog-How to setup a Home network in Windows 7
 
Home network with Windows Vista:
How to Set Up your Home Wireless Network with  Windows Vista and XP

Step1: From the Start button, go to the Control Panel.

Step2: From Control Panel-> click Network and Sharing Center-> on the left side options, click "Set up a Connection or Network”.

Step3: Select “Set Up a Wireless Ad Hoc”-> Click Next

Step4: Click "Next" again on the new window-> Insert a Computer Name which you want -> Choose the security type "WPA" for wireless network.

Step5: Then enter a "Passphrase" or password and follow the onscreen instruction.

Step6: From “Network" options, you can share files with other computers using computer name and Passphrase.

Home network with Windows XP

Step1: From Start button->Control Panel-> select "Network and Internet Connections.

Step2: Click "Network Setup Wizard->click Next. Review the network setup checklist if necessary. Click "Next" again.

Step3: If Windows XP detects disconnected hardware, and you're sure your equipment is properly installed, you may select "Ignore disconnected network hardware." In the next window, select the option marked, "This computer connects directly to the Internet. The other computers on my network connect to the Internet through this computer". Click "Next".

Step4: Select your Internet connection from the list under "Connections." Click "Next" again, and then type a description and name for your computer, if you like. Click "Next," and choose your workgroup name. And follow the onscreen instructions.

See also: Steps to Repair Microsoft Windows Vista
                What to Do When Microsoft Windows XP Won't Shut Down


9 Aug 2012

How to Disable Hibernation in Windows 7 using Command Line

Hibernate was designed to speed up shut downs and restarts and save power in computers. When you activate Hibernate, Windows takes a snap shot of your current session (all your running programs, open files, etc.) and writes that information to your hard drive. However, the feature uses hard drive space equal to the amount of memory installed on the machine to use. Thus you can disable the Hibernate feature in your computer. Follow the given steps to disable Hibernation mode in Windows 7 using Command Prompt.

How to Disable Hibernation in Windows 7
Step1:  Click the "Start" button and select "All Programs"-> Click Accessories->right-click Command Prompt -> select Run as administrator.

Step2: At the command prompt, type powercfg.exe /hibernate off, and then press Enter(for enable type hibernate on).

Step3: Type exit and then press Enter to close the Command Prompt window.

See also: How to Turn Off UAC in Windows 7
                How to Use Backup and Restore in Windows 7

***The hibernation file is called hiberfil.sys and it’s under the root of the system drive.
 

8 Aug 2012

How Do I Restore the Windows Sidebar?

How Do I Restore the Windows Sidebar?
If your Microsoft Windows Sidebar disappears or stops working on your desktop, it may be because of Software changes or a poorly built-in gadget on your computer.  If you want to restore your windows sidebar on your desktop, you can follow the given steps:

If you want to change Windows startup programs, then follow this blog-How to Change Programs at Windows Startup

Step1: Click the "Start" button and select "All Programs".

Step2: Click Accessories->right-click Command Prompt -> select Run as administrator. Type your password and give the confirmation.

Step3: In the Command Prompt window, type: 
Regsvr32 atl.dll -> press Enter
Regsvr32 "%ProgramFiles%\Windows Sidebar\sbdrop.dll -> press Enter
Regsvr32 "%ProgramFiles%\Windows Sidebar\wlsrvc.dll ->press Enter
exit -> press Enter

Step4: After exiting the Command Prompt window, restart your computer. And check that windows sidebar is working properly or not.Find here, the best way to enhance your system performance.




6 Aug 2012

How to Fix Windows 7 Activation Error 0xC004F061

How to Fix Windows 7 Activation Error 0xC004F061
During upgrade of Windows 7, you may receive the error 0xC004F061. It occurs when you try to install an upgrade version of Windows 7 after you have formatted your hard drive or when previous version of Windows wasn't installed on your computer when Windows 7 was installed. If you want to upgrade the windows 7, you need to install the previous version. Windows 7 setup can also give the error that you have entered an invalid Windows product key. Follow the given steps to solve this problem.

If you want to fix windows 7 error ,then follow this blog-How to Fix Windows 7 Error
 
Step1: To activate Windows 7, you will need to install your previous version of Windows. For any help, you can visit Microsoft Support website.

Step2:  Type your license key correctly. Otherwise Look for the license key sticker on your computer or inside your installation package. Windows license keys are usually printed on Certificate of Authenticity stickers.

Step3:  check that your license is giving the full install option or not. You should install DVD for a full install of Windows 7.

Step4: Install your previous Windows Vista or XP, and then upgrade using the Windows 7 upgrade DVD. If you don’t want to do this and install Windows 7 on a formatted hard drive then start your computer using the Windows 7 upgrade DVD and click the Custom installation option and then click Drive Options.

Step5: If you continue to receive an error message regarding an invalid product key, you can leave the license box empty and click "Continue." Then finish the setup, however, you will have just 30 days to activate Windows. Look for a license key online.

See also: How to Resolve Windows 7 BOOTMGR Missing Error
                How to Upgrade Windows XP to Windows 7

2 Aug 2012

How to Repair a System32 Error in Windows 7

System32 is usually located under the C:\ drive in the window systems folder and hidden from users to help protect it.System32 errors occur when system file are corrupted or damaged (such as Config.nt, autoexec.nt, system32 svchost, ntoskrnl.exe, system32.dll, spoolsv.exe and command.com). To fix Windows 7 error use Windows 7 installation disc or a repair disc to repair System 32 error on the computer. Follow the given steps to fix this error.

If you want to fix  the Genuin error in windows 7 ,then follow this article-How to Fix Windows Not Genuine Error in Windows 7

How to Repair a System32 Error in Windows 7Step1:  Insert the Windows 7 install disk in the CD/DVD drive.

Step2: Restart your computer to run Safe Mode. Press the F8 key repeatedly from your keyboard. You must press F8 before the Windows logo appears. It will display the Advanced Boot Options screen.

Step3: From Advanced Boot Options screen, select "Repair Your Computer" and hit Enter.

Step4: Click “Startup Repair" to fix the System32 error and follow the onscreen instruction.

Step5: After repairing the windows will restart automatically .Press the “F” key during startup and choose the option "Start Windows Normally" and hit the Enter.

See also: How to Fix Black Screen Issue in Windows 7
                How to Fix Windows 7 Error



1 Aug 2012

How to Upgrade Windows XP to Windows 7

Windows XP users may wish to directly upgrade to Windows 7 due to advanced features and utilities available in the latter version. To upgrade you will need to back up all data on your computer, boot to the Windows 7 installation disc and perform a custom upgrade. Follow the given instruction to upgrade to Windows 7 operating system.

If you want to install windows 7 on netbook computer ,then follow this article-How to Install Windows 7 on a Netbook With No Optical Drive

Step1: Back up all files that are on your computer. First check the Windows XP version from Start menu->right-click My Computer->click Properties. If you are running a 32-bit version of Windows XP, then you can only upgrade to the 32-bit version of Windows 7. A 64-bit Windows XP version will be eligible for 64-bit Windows 7 version.
How to Upgrade Windows XP to Windows 7

Step2:  Insert the Windows 7 install disk in the CD/DVD drive and boot your computer.

Step3: Click "Install Now" and click "Get important updates for installation". If you have an active Internet connection then Windows 7 will download updates to the Windows 7 installation program.

How to Upgrade Windows XP to Windows 7Step4: To accept Terms of Use, click the check box "I accept" and then click Next.

Step5: Since Windows XP cannot be upgraded to Windows 7 directly, you will need to choose the “Custom Option” to install Windows 7.

Step6: Select the hard drive partition and Click Next -> click OK. This will begin the Windows 7 installation process. Follow the on-screen prompts to install Windows 7. You need not necessarily partition your hard drive here unless you want to dual boot. Remember, Windows XP won’t work with Windows 7 even if you dual boot.
During this procedure, your computer will boot several times which is normal. You need not be worried about it.

See also: How to Make Windows 7 Extremely Fast
                How to Fix Windows 7 Bootloader Problems 


30 Jul 2012

How to Fix Black Screen Issue in Windows 7

How to Fix Black Screen Issue in Windows 7
After installing Windows 7, you may experience an issue in which the screen becomes completely black directly after startup. You can troubleshoot this problem by following the given steps.

If you want to fix Blue screen error, then follow this blog-How to Fix Blue Screen Error in Windows 7

Step1: Normally video adapter problems are the most common cause of black screen. Try to reinstall video driver.
  • Right-click the taskbar->click Task Manager->click the Processes tab-> click explorer.exe-> click End Process.
  • Click File->click New Task (Run). 
  •  In the Open text box, enter explorer.exe, and click OK.
  •  From the “Start” button, enter device manager in the search box and click “Device Manager”.
  • Double-click Display adapters, right-click your display device, click Update Driver Software, and then follow the steps in the wizard that appears.

Step2: If step1 cannot resolve this issue then check the registry issues.
  • Right-click the taskbar->click Task Manager->click the Processes tab-> click explorer.exe-> click End Process.
  • Click File->click New Task (Run).
  • In the Open text box, enter explorer.exe, and then click OK.
  • From “Start” button, enter “regedit” in the search box and then click regedit.exe in the search result.
  • Browse to the following registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon
  • Click to select the WinLogon key, and then, in the right pane, click Shell. The value of Shell in the Data column should be explorer.exe. If the value of Shell isn't explorer.exe, double-click Shell, and then, in the Value data text field, enter “explorer.exe”, and then click OK.
  •  Close the registry editor, and then restart your PC.

Step3: Here is another option, if step2 cannot solve this problem then start computer in safe mode and run the system restore.
  • Shut down computer and again restart and press F8 repeatedly.
  • From Advanced Boot Options screen, choose Safe Mode and then press Enter. Now run the System Restore.
  • Go to "Start" menu >click "Programs"> click "Accessories"> Click "System Tools."
  • Click “System Restore". This action will bring up a system-restore window.
  • Select "Restore my computer to an earlier time"> Click “Next".
  • Follow the on-screen option and complete the process.
See also: How to Fix Windows 7 Bootloader Problems
                How to Use Backup and Restore in Windows 7


27 Jul 2012

How to Fix Browser Issues in Windows 7

Browser problems can occur at any time without any particular reasons. Most of the times it's the registry errors that often lead to browser issues. When registry information gets damaged, it can result in errors, crashes, program lock-ups and hardware failure. The most common browser problems are:

  • Freezing or crashing 
  • Slow process
  • Display error when running browser.
To fix these problems, follow the given steps:

If you want to fix network issues in windows 7 ,then follow this blog-How to Fix Wireless Network Issues in Microsoft Windows 7

Steps1: To fix slow process and get faster load times of widgets, you need to clear your web browser's cache.

Step2: If a certain web object that cannot run properly mighty freeze up you browser and force it to restart. To get rid of this, upgrade your browser to the most recent version.

Step3: Download and run the Browser repair tool PC Cleaner Pro. The tool prevents crashes and freezes, detect and removes malware, spyware and viruses, finds and fixes registry errors, optimizes system performance and boosts your PC's speed.

Step4: Click Scan to run an advanced error analysis on your computer.

Step5: When the scan finishes, click the Fix All button to automatically repair the problems found.

See also:
                 Reasons Why Windows 7 Performs Slow

24 Jul 2012

How to Fix Blue Screen Error after Installing Windows 7 SP1

How to Fix Blue Screen Error after Installing Windows 7 SP1
After installing Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (SP1), you might receive the blue screen error. This error blocks the login screen and restarts itself to begin the process again. Booting the computer in safe mode will allow you to repair the problem. Follow the given steps to fix this error.

If you want to fix black screen error ,then follow this article-How to Fix Black Screen of Death

Step1: Insert Windows 7 setup DVD and then restart your computer.

Step2: This will open the "Advanced boot options" screen.

Step3: From Advanced Boot Options screen, select "Repair Your Computer" and hit Enter. Choose your preferred keyboard layout and then click "Next".

Step4: The "System Recovery Options" screen open up. Click “Startup Repair" and follow the on-screen instruction.

Step5: Reboot your computer when prompted and allow it to start up normally.

See also:  Reasons Why the Blue Screen of Death Occurs
                 How to Fix Windows 7 Bootloader Problems

19 Jul 2012

How to Fix Blue Screen Error in Windows 7

How to Fix Blue Screen Error in Windows 7Blue screen error is basically related to hardware or driver issues in Windows 7. This error blocks users from logging onto their Windows operating system. Windows 7 can shut down or restart unexpectedly. However, users can fix this the Blue screen error using proper troubleshooting. Follow the given steps to fix the Blue Screen error.

 

Start Windows in Safe Mode:

 

Step1: Turn on your computer and press the F8 key repeatedly from your keyboard. You must press F8 before the Windows logo appears. It will display the Advanced Boot Options screen.

Step2: From Advanced Boot Options screen, choose Safe Mode option then press Enter.

Step3:  If Windows loads and works fine in Safe Mode, a bad driver is probably causing the error. Uninstall device drivers and reinstall them. If Windows experiences issues in Safe Mode also, repair your hardware.

 

Startup repair:

 

Step1: Shut down your computer and then restart it in Safe Mode (see step1).

Step2: From Advanced Boot Options screen, select "Repair Your Computer" and hit Enter. Choose your preferred keyboard layout and then click "Next."

Step1: Click “Startup Repair", and follow the on-screen instruction .Startup repair can solve this problem.  

System Repair:


Step1: Follow step1 and step2 from Startup repair section.

Step3: Now select system restore from the System Recovery Options menu. And follow the on-screen instruction to select a restore point.

Notes:If your system is still display the error,then you should check antivirus,run windows update and clean windows 7 registry .

See also: How to Fix Windows 7 Error


18 Jul 2012

How to Fix Windows 7 Bootloader Problems

If your computer is failing to load the operating system during startup, the problem might be a corrupt Windows 7 bootloader. The startup problem may occur due to various reasons like damaged or replaced Windows 7 boot sector or an earlier Windows operating system has been installed after windows 7 was installed. This can easily be fixed using command line utility. Follow the given steps to fix this problem.

If you want to fix bootmgr error in windows 7, then follow this article-How to Resolve Windows 7 BOOTMGR Missing Error

Step1: Insert Windows 7 setup DVD in the optical drive and restart your computer. Press any key when prompted.

Step2: Click the option “Repair your computer”.

Step3: After scanning, select Windows 7 as the installation type and then click “Next”.

Step4: Click on the “Command Prompt” option on the “System Recovery Options” window.

Step5: Type “bootrec.exe /FixBoot” (without quotes) and press “Enter” to repair the Windows 7 bootloader. This command writes a new boot sector to the system partition by using a boot sector, which is compatible with Windows 7 or Vista.

Step6: After repairing the bootloader, restart your computer if prompted.

See also: How to Install Windows 7 from USB
                How to Make Bootable Disks in Windows 7



17 Jul 2012

How to Access Windows 7 BIOS

How to Access Windows 7 BIOSWhen you want to manage the memory settings, configure a new hard drive, change the boot order and reset the BIOS password, you may need to access the BIOS setup of windows 7. The BIOS (basic input and output system) actually is a separate system that is independent of a computer's operating systems, such as Microsoft's Windows 7. Follow the given steps to access the BIOS setup in windows 7.

If you want to fix bootmgr error in windows 7, then follow this article-How to Resolve Windows 7 BOOTMGR Missing Error

Step1: Turn on your computer or restart it if it's already on.

Step2: Press the BIOS key combination to access the BIOS setting on the computer. Common keys to open the BIOS are F2, F12, Delete, or Esc. Many computers will display the key you need to press to open the BIOS before loading the Windows 7 operating system.

Step3: If you don't remember your motherboard's model number, you can look it up without opening up the case by downloading and running CPU-Z and clicking on the Mainboard tab.

Step4: You can also update BIOS setup .Before updating BIOS, you should make a backup copy of BIOS. 

See also: How to Reset BIOS Password in a Dell Laptop
                How to Format and Re-Install a Windows 7 Computer



12 Jul 2012

How to Fix Windows 7 Error

How to Fix Windows 7 Error
Windows 7 errors can include program lock-ups, slow PC performance, freezes and crashes, startup & shutdown problems, installation errors, and hardware failure. To repair Windows 7 errors, you must clean, repair, or restore Windows 7 operating system. Follow the given steps to fix errors in windows 7 without changing current settings and applications.

Step1: If you are having trouble starting up your system then you need to reboot your system. Reboot your system using bootable CD or DVD. Just follow the given steps.
  • When "Install Windows" screen will open the click "Next."
  • Click "Repair your computer" at the bottom of the next screen. Then click "Use recovery tools that can help fix problems starting Windows" option, select your operating system, and click “Next”.
  • Click "Startup Repair" at the "System Recovery Options" screen. The tool will automatically detect and fix startup errors.
  • Restart your system.
Step2: You can also use system Restore in windows 7. Your system will be restored back to the state it was in before the problem occurred.
  • Go to "Start" menu >click "Programs"> click "Accessories"> Click "System Tools."
  • Click “System Restore". This action will bring up a system-restore window.
  • Select "Restore my computer to an earlier time"> Click “Next".
  • Follow the on-screen option and complete the process. System Restore will shut down all open applications and your computer will reboot.
Step3:  You can also use registry cleaner to clean your windows 7 registry. This can certainly help fix the registry errors that often lead to miscellaneous errors in Windows 7.

See also: Reasons Why Windows 7 Performs Slow
                How to Use USB Flash Drive As RAM in Windows 7


 

5 Jul 2012

Backup System Data to a Virtual Hard Drive in windows 7

Using a virtual hard drive, you can take a backup of your important data on your PC that you don’t want to lose. It is very useful for a network. The entire data that all computers and devices have on a given network can be stored on a Windows 7 VHD. In this way, multiple computers can have their backups on one computer on the network and then they all can have a consolidated backup saved on a single external hard drive (see: How to use backup and restore in windows 7). This is useful for single PC users as well. Follow the given steps to create a backup of system data to a virtual hard drive in windows 7.

If you want to partition hard drive in windows 7 then follow this article-How to Partition Hard Drive in Windows 7 Computer
 
Backup System Data to a Virtual Hard Drive in windows 7
Step1:  From Start menu, right-click on Computer and select Manage. When the Computer Management screen opens, under Storage highlight Disk Management, click on Action and then Create VHD.

Step2:  Select the location of the computer where your virtual hard drive will be placed and mention the size of it. It can be created on the local hard drive or external drive. You also need to decide whether you want it to be dynamic or with a fixed size.

Step3:  Now you will see the virtual drive listed as an unknown & unallocated space in the Disk Management window. Right-click it and select Initialize disk option. Also right click the unallocated area and select New Simple Volume.

Step4: The New Simple Volume Wizard opens up and now you can select to format the volume and give it a Volume label and click Next.

Step5: Once you have completed these steps, you will see the new VHD listed under Hard disk drives in computer. Now you can use it for the data backup.

See also: How to Use USB Flash Drive As RAM in Windows 7
                How to Make Windows 7 Bootable USB


3 Jul 2012

How to Make Windows 7 Extremely Fast

How to Make Windows 7 Extremely Fast
Windows 7 is already fast, secure and customizable compared to other Windows versions. But you can still take a few simple steps to speed up your Windows 7 computer if you find it a bit slow(see:Reasons Why Windows 7 Performs Slow). Follow the given steps which will help you increase your Windows 7 performance.
If you want to install windows 7 from USB,follow this blog-How to Install Windows 7 from USB .

Step1: Disable some extra features like:
  • Windows 7 Sidebar and Gadgets
  • Windows 7 Aero Theme and unwanted Startup programs
  • Search Indexing Feature
  • Unwanted Visual Effects in to Speed Up more
  • User account control Feature 
  • Windows Defender

Step2: Clean Drives and the Registry Regularly(see:How to clean Windows 7 Registry). Open Disk Cleanup from Start menu > All Programs > Accessories > System Tool. The "Disk Cleanup" dialog opens. Your computer will calculate how much space you can save by using the Disk Cleanup function. And Select the drive which you want to clean up from the drop-down menu.

Step3: Click "Delete Files" to confirm that you want to permanently delete the selected files. Disk Cleanup begins removing the files. The program will automatically close when Disk Cleanup is finished.

Step4: Defragment your Drives Weekly. For defragmentation, Click "Start," "All Programs," "Accessories," "System Tool," then "Disk Defragmenter." The Disk Defragmenter dialog box appears.

Step5: Select the drive which you want to defragment. After completing this process, click “Close” to close the program.

Step6: Try to find whether you have any disk error or not and repair it.
  • Close all programs that are currently running on your system and then click the "Windows Explorer" icon from the taskbar. Alternatively, press the Windows key +"E." The Windows Explorer panel opens. Right-click the hard drive which you want to scan for errors and click "Properties." The Properties dialog of the selected disk appears.
  • Select the "Tools" tab at the top of the dialog box and then click "Check now" in the Error-checking field. Check the box to the left of "Scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors." Make sure the box next to "Automatically fix file system errors" is unchecked.
  • Click "Start" to check for disk errors. When the program has completed its error checking, it will indicate whether you have any disk errors. If the program detects errors, click "Fix Errors." If the program doesn't detect errors, click "Close" to close the program.
Step7: Scan your system for viruses, spyware and adware by using a Trusted Antivirus Software.

*** If your system is still slow, it means there is something wrong with your hardware.

See also:
How to Delete Undeletable Files in Windows 7
                How to Use Backup and Restore in Windows 7



28 Jun 2012

Fix Error 43 Code in Windows 7

The error code 43 in Windows 7 indicates that the Microsoft Windows operating system has stopped a hardware device. The problem occurs if the hardware is faulty or outdated. Follow the given steps to fix error 43 code in Windows7.

Fix Error 43 Code in Windows 7Step1: This error may relate to the Device drivers. Missing, corrupt or outdated device drivers may prevent the hardware from functioning properly. It is recommended that you reinstall the drivers first. Follow the given points to reinstall the drivers.
  • From the Start menu, go to Run option, type “sysdm.cpl” and click OK. 
  • Click the “Hardware” tab on the System Properties box, and then click Device Manager.
  • Double-click the “Device Type”.
  • Here, you will have to choose and double-click on the troublesome device from the list.
  • This will open up the device’s Properties dialog box. Click Uninstall and wait for the process to finish.
  • Then, you need to right-click anywhere on the blank space and select scan for hardware changes. It will open the Add Hardware wizard window. Follow the on-screen prompts and reinstall the device driver.

Step2: Reconnect or Remove Your Hardware Devices. If restoring the driver did not work, it could be that the hardware needs to be physically reinstalled. And you can also install fresh driver to prevent this error from recurring.

Step3: Clean your windows 7 registry because it stores all information and settings regarding your Windows 7 operating system. So, there is a potential that error code 43 you are encountering is due to some corrupt entries in the registry.

Note:
If you want to get technical support for Windows problem or any other technical problem related to your computer  then you can reach online technical support service desk of V tech-squad at their Toll Free No +1-877-452-9201.

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26 Jun 2012

How to Activate Windows 7 on your Computer

Windows activation is necessary to ensure that the installed operating system is a genuine copy of Microsoft windows. When Windows is activated, you can use features like Windows Update(see:Why Should You Update Your Windows Regularly?) and other information on windows 7.To activate windows 7 on your computer, follow the given steps:
If you want to run Windows Update in windows 7 then follow this blog-How to Run Windows Update in Windows 7

How to Activate Windows 7 on your ComputerStep1: From the Start button in your windows 7, go to the Computer.

Step2: Right-click Computer and click Properties to view the current properties of your computer system. Click on Activate Windows now.

Step3: Click “Activate Windows Online Now” to begin the activation procedure.  Your computer will connect to the Internet and confirm the product key you input when you installed or set up your operating system.

Step4: After completing the all above steps, click “close” to close the activation screen .If the activation is successful, Windows 7 displays a success message and a “Genuine Microsoft Software” badge. 

See also: Windows Update: The Best Way to Enhance Your System Performance
                What to do when Microsoft Windows 7 keeps restarting itself


20 Jun 2012

How to Extend Disk partition in Windows 7

Windows 7 allows you to resize the hard disk partition on your computer using its built-in Disk Management utility. You can either shrink or extend a partition. Administrator privilege is required on the computer where you want to resize the hard disk partition. Follow the given steps to extend disk partition in windows 7.

If you want to make bootable disk in windows 7 then follow my blog-How to Make Bootable Disks in Windows 7 .

Step1: Go to the “Start" menu and select "Control Panel".

How to Extend Disk partition in Windows 7Step2: Double-click on the "Administrative Tools" icon.

Step3: Then double-click the "Computer Management" icon.

Step4:  Click "Disk Management" below Storage on the left pane of the Computer Management window.

Step5: Right-click the disk partition that you want to add to another partition and select "Delete Volume." For example, if you want to add D: drive to E: drive, right-click the D: drive and click "Delete Volume".

Step6: Right-click the hard disk partition that you want to extend. This will be below Volume on the right pane of Computer Management window. Click "Extend Volume".

Step7: Click "Next" on the welcome screen of the Extend Volume Wizard dialog box that opens.

Step8: Select the disk partition that you want to add to another partition, click "Add" and then click "Next".

Step9: Click the "Finish" button. This will extend the selected volume.

See also: Why Should You Update Your Windows Regularly?
                How to Delete Undeletable Files in Windows 7

12 Jun 2012

How to Install Windows 7 from USB

To install Microsoft Windows 7 from USB, it is important to make the USB device bootable. For this, you need to run a bootsect.exe tool in the Windows 7 USB/Download tool to create the bootable device. Installing Windows 7 from a USB thumb drive is much faster than installing from a conventional CD. This method is very useful for the latest netbooks, most of which do not have a DVD drive.
How to Install Windows 7 from USB

Step1: First, download the ISO file for Windows 7 on your hard drive and run the Windows 7 USB/DVD download tool.

Step2: To run the Windows 7 USB/DVD download tool, click to open the installation file and then choose the option for Run. Follow the on screen instructions and specify where you want to install the file. When done installing the Windows 7 ISO file, first create a copy of the same on the USB file. Follow the given points to install windows 7 ISO file.
  • Click the Start button and open the Windows 7 USB/DVD download tool.
  • In the box that demands the source file name, type the path and name under which you have saved the Windows 7 ISO file you have downloaded. Alternatively, you can browse for the file and select it from the dialog box. Then click Next and select the USB device to create a copy on the flash drive.
  • Click on begin copying, to copy the ISO file into the flash drive.

Step3: Now, you need to open your USB drive and double-click the setup file (with .exe extension file) to start windows 7 installation on your computer.

Step4: After completing all the above steps, restart your computer.

Note:To get more help on windows 7 then you can reach online technical support service desk of V tech-squad at their Toll Free No +1-877-452-9201.

See also: How to Use USB Flash Drive As RAM in Windows 7

7 Jun 2012

How to Fix Wireless Network Issues in Microsoft Windows 7

Microsoft Windows 7 supports a broad range of network adapters and chipsets for both wireless and wired networks. Despite that your wireless network connection may stop working due to various reasons like wireless setting problem, internet connection or router problem with your PC. Windows 7 comes with a built-in troubleshooter that you can use to repair a broken network connection.

Step1: To fix your wireless network, troubleshoot your internet connection issues first. Go to Control Panel>Network and Internet. Then click the Network and Sharing Center link and follow the on-screen prompts.

Fix Wireless Network Issues in Microsoft Windows 7Step2: When you’re unable to communicate with your router or modem, check your network adapter. Go back to the Network and Internet window>click on the Network Adapter link>click Next> click the Wireless Network Connection button>click Next. Follow the on screen prompts to fix your network adapter problem.

Step3: If the troubleshooter finds fault with the adapter, update its drivers. From Start button>right click on the Computer>select Manage. Enter admin password and click Continue. When the Computer Management window will open, click Device Manager.

Step4: If the problem continues, it’s best to delete the connection and just create it again by clicking the Setup a New Connection or Network link in the Network and Sharing Center window and entering the correct settings. For removing this connection, go to Network and Sharing Center window> click Manage wireless networks in the left hand panel. Click your wireless network name and then click the Remove button.

Step5: Restart your computer. When done, click the wireless icon in the system tray and you will see your wireless network listed there. Click it and then click Connect. 

Note:To get more help on windows 7 then you can reach online technical support service desk of V tech-squad at their Toll Free No +1-877-452-9201.

See also: How to setup a Home network in Windows 7



6 Jun 2012

How to setup a Home network in Windows 7

Home network is a simple and useful way of sharing an Internet connection between multiple devices in your home. To setup home network, you will need a router and a network adapter for each computer. If you want to connect to the Internet, you'll need to have an account set up with an Internet service provider (ISP). ISP will help you to make windows 7 setup with your home network.  Follow the given steps to set up home network in windows 7:

Step1: First, select a wireless router. If your router is compatible with Windows 7, you can set it up automatically using the latest version of Windows Connect Now (WCN) on Windows 7.

Step2: Set up the router and plug it into a power source. Once connected, Windows 7 will automatically search for the drivers and install them. With WCN, you simply need to click the Network and Sharing Center icon in your system tray and connect with your default network and follow the instructions on your screen.

Step3: After setting the router, create your home group to start sharing files and printers. Go to Control Panel and select the home group. When the initial Homegroup window appears, you’ll be informed that there is currently no Homegroup on the network.

Step4: Click the Create a Homegroup button. When the first screen in the Create a Homegroup wizard appears, you’ll be prompted to choose what libraries, or types of files, you want to share on the Homegroup.

Step5: Once you choose what it is you want to share, Windows 7 will create the Homegroup and you’ll then see the Homegroup password. This is the password that other Windows 7 systems will need in order to join and access the Homegroup.

Step6: After completing all the steps, click the Finish button .When a Homegroup is established on your network, other Windows 7 systems can join the Homegroup using the same password.

Note:
To get more help on windows 7 ,you can reach online technical support service desk of V tech-squad at their Toll Free No +1-877-452-9201.

See also:How to Share Printers in Windows 7



31 May 2012

How to Make Windows 7 Bootable USB

Make Windows 7 Bootable USB
Now you can create Windows 7 Bootable USB and install it through a USB drive. USB installation method is very helpful when you are unable to use the Windows 7 setup DVD / CD. In the latest netbooks, mostly there is no DVD drive. So if you want to install Windows, you can use this alternative i.e. USB Pen drive. The given steps will help you make a Windows 7 bootable USB drive.

Step1: From the Start menu, click on Run.  Type cmd in Run box and press Enter.

Step2: Type diskpart like ‘c:\> diskpart’ and press Enter. It will run diskpart utility in a separate window.

Step3: Connect your pendrive to a USB port. Your pendrive should have 4GB or 8GB space for that matter. Now go back to the diskpart console and type ‘listdisk’ and press Enter (DISKPART>list disk). This will list the various storage devices available. You can see the disk and size column of the disk. Disk will define your pendrive, it may be Disk 1 or Disk 2 or any number.

Step4: Select your pendrive disk and press Enter. You can also see the details of the disk. To check the details of the disk just type ‘detail disk’.

Step5: Now you have to run a series of commands in the following order:
-clean
- create partition primary
- select partition 1
- active
- format fs=fat32

Step6: The above steps will take some time and format your pen drive. After completing the format, you have to run ‘assign’ and ‘exit’ command.

Step7: After completing the all above steps, put in your original Windows 7 DVD in your DVD drive. Now go to My Computer, and open the contents of DVD Drive. Copy all the contents of DVD drive and paste into the USB disk.

Step8: Now remove the USB drive safely and use it install windows 7 on your computer or laptop.

If you want to make bootable disk  in windows 7 ,you can follow this blog-How to Make Bootable Disks in Windows 7 . 

See also-How to Create and Use a Windows 7 Password Reset Disk.


24 May 2012

How to Change Startup Programs in Windows 7

Microsoft has made many changes to the Windows operating system. Suppose you want install various application on your windows PC over the time because of slower boots up. Startup programs loads from specific folder on the hard drive when your system started. By changing startup program settings you can improve your Windows PC startup time and performance. Follow the given steps to fix your problems.
If your windows 7 performance slow then follow this article to find the reasons:Reasons Why Windows 7 Performs Slow.
  • Start your computer. 
  • Click on “Start” button and type “msconfig” in the search text box and press enter to open System Configuration Console.Or Click the Windows Key and the R at the same time to open the Run Command and Type “msconfig” and Click OK; this will open the System Configuration .    
    Change Startup Programs in Windows 7
  • In System Configuration, go to the Startup tab.
  • Uncheck all programs that you don’t want to automatically start up ( Note that some programs should not be unchecked because they are important for Windows to function optimally.).
  • Click Apply. The startup programs are now disabled. Only the Checked programs will now begin at startup.
See more blog on windows 7 : How to Setup a USB Flash Drive to Install Windows 7
                                             How to Run Windows Update in Windows 7


22 May 2012

How to Turn Off UAC in Windows 7

User Account Control (UAC) is an in-built feature in Microsoft Windows that you use to help prevent potential security breaches in your system. It prevents unauthorized changes to your computer. In Windows 7, you have the ability to set protection and notification which you want. If you want to turn off the UAC in windows 7 then follow the given steps:
Firewalls protect your computer from hackers ,if you want to configure firewall connection in your computer then follow this blog-How to configure the Windows Firewall in windows 7 .
  • From start menu, go to control panel then user accounts and family safety > user accounts > Change User Account Control Setting. "Change User Account Control Settings" appears in the list for you to select. you can also type in this command from the Run menu:
          C:\Windows\System32\UserAccountControlSettings.exe
    Turn Off UAC in Windows 7
  • To turn off UAC, move the slider to the Never notify position, and then click OK.  If you're prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.
  • To turn UAC back on, move the slider to choose when you want to be notified, and then click OK.  If you're prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.
  • You will need to restart your computer for UAC to be turned off.
If you want to set restore point in windows 7 then follow this article-How to Set Up a Restore Point in Microsoft Windows 7 .

Note:To get more help on windows 7 then you can reach online technical support service desk of V tech-squad at their Toll Free No +1-877-452-9201.

17 May 2012

How to Make Bootable Disks in Windows 7

make bootable disks in windows 7
A boot disk is capable to recover your windows 7 computer in case your system gives any error. Inserting a boot disk into your computer allows you to access the recovery options that are available on the system because the system boots off the disk instead of the hard drive. you can access system recovery options by using a Windows installation disk, but if your Windows 7 computer didn't come with one, you need to create a boot disk.
If you want to configure your firewall setting then follow this blog-How to configure the Windows Firewall in windows 7 .

Step1: Click on the Windows orb and then click "Control Panel."

Step2: From control panel, click "System and Maintenance" and then click "Backup and Restore."

Step3:  Click "Create a System Repair Disc" in the left column of the window. The "Create a System Repair Disc" dialog window opens.

Step4:  Insert a blank disk into the disk drive of your computer.

Step5: Click on the disk drive that contains the blank disk from the drop-down box next to "Drive" on the pop-up window.

Step6: Click on the "Create Disc" button. The system creates a bootable system repair disk. Click "Close" when the process is completed .Bootable disk is ready and then eject the disk and store it in a safe place.

If you want to resolve Bootmgr missing error in windows 7 then follow this article-How to Resolve Windows 7 BOOTMGR Missing Error.

Note:You can reach V tech-squad online technical support for any of your queries relate to Windows 7 Support at their Toll Free No +1-877-452-9201.
 

15 May 2012

How to turn off the Warnings for Internet Explorer on Windows 7

turn off warnings for internet explorer on windows 7
Microsoft's Internet Explorer Web browser received much negative criticism with the release of Internet Explorer version 6, included with Windows XP in 2001. The criticisms were mostly about security issues and how IE 6 left many security holes opens with the default configuration. In an effort to increase Web browsing security, Microsoft has released new versions of Internet Explorer with more default security configurations that warn you about potentially harmful content on the Internet. You can turn off these warnings in Internet Explorer with Windows 7.Follow the given steps to turn off the warnings for internet explorer on windows 7.

If you want to turn off your system firewall setting in windows 7 then follow my blog-How to Turn off Your Firewall in Windows 7, which i have discussed in same blog.

Step1: From start button, click on all programs.

Step2: Click on internet explorer and then press the alt key to reveal the menu bar.

Step3: Click on the tool menu and select internet option then security tab and click custom level.

Step4: Click "Enable" next to "Allow Previously Unused ActiveX Controls to Run without Prompt." And click "Enable" next to "Download Signed ActiveX Controls."

Step5: Click "Disable" next to "Only Allow Approved Domains to Use ActiveX without Prompt."

Step6: Click "Enable" next to "Don't Prompt for Client Certificate Selection When Only One Certificate Exists."

Step7: Click "Enable" next to "Launching Applications and Unsafe Files."

Step8: Click "Enable" next to "Launching Programs and Files in an IFRAME."

Step9: Click "Enable" next to "Allow Programmatic Clipboard Access." 

Step10: Click the "OK" button to save and apply the settings.

Step11: Click on the "Advanced" tab. And uncheck "Notify When Downloads Complete."

Step12: Uncheck "Show Friendly HTTP Error Messages”.
            Uncheck "Warn About Certificate Address Mismatch."
            Uncheck "Warn if POST Submittal Is Redirected to a Zone That Does Not Permit Posts."

Step13: Click "OK" to save the settings, and restart Internet Explorer for the settings to take effect.

If you are getting bootmgr missing error in windows 7 then you can solve this problem from this article-How to Resolve Windows 7 BOOTMGR Missing Error.

Note:If you want to get technical support  for windows 7 then you can reach online technical support service desk of V tech-squad at their Toll Free No +1-877-452-9201.



26 Apr 2012

How to Create a Windows 7 Backup Image

You can create a Windows 7 backup image file which copies all the data,installed software and settings all stored in one backup image, which can be restored in case of a Windows damage or failure. This feature is in-built in Windows 7 and known as Windows backup and restore.
When restoring a backup image, the image overwrites your entire system and restores it to the point when the backup image was created. In Windows 7 you can create a system image from the Backup menu. Follow the given steps to create a windows 7 backup image.

To know better backup and restore utility then follow this article-How to Use Backup and Restore in Windows 7.

Step1: From start menu, go to the control panel and choose system and security.

Step2: Click on Backup and Restore option from the "System and Security" window. This opens up the Windows 7 "Backup and Restore" center.

Step3: Click on Create system image in the menu on the left side of the window.

Step4: Choose where you would like the backup to be saved. This must be on a separate drive or DVD. Windows 7 will not allow you to save a system image to your primary hard drive. Then Click "Next."

Step5: Click on Start backup option to save the system image. Windows 7 will give you the option to create a system repair disk along with the system image. Click "Close" after the backup image is completed.

Create a system repair disc in windows 7 then follow my blog -How to Create a Windows 7 System Recovery Disc, which i have discussed in same blog.

Note:If you want to get technical support  for windows 7 then you can reach online technical support service desk of V tech-squad at their Toll Free No +1-877-452-9201.