On Windows 10, you can use the Advanced Boot experience to troubleshoot and fix general problems, including boot issues. However, when your device doesn’t even boot, you may need to use a recovery disc to get started and fix the serious problem.
System repair disc contains the files needed to start your device and access recovery tools that can help you restore Windows 10 installation when a critical error occurs, or you need to repair your device using the image of the system.
In this guide, you’ll learn the steps to creating a system repair disc that you can use when there’s no other way to boot your device.
How to create a system repair disc using Control Panel
If you had to create a system repair disc to restore your Windows 10 installation, insert the writable disc in your CD / DVD drive and then follow these steps:
- Open Control Panel.
- Under “System and Security”, click the Back and Restore link (Windows 7).
- On the left pane, click the Create a system repair disc link.
- Select the DVD drive with the disc.
- Click the Create disc button.
Once you’ve completed this step, when your computer won’t boot, you can use the boot disk to the advanced Boot options to restore your system.
Usually, this option will come in handy for an older system with a DVD / CD drive. When the internet connection is not available, you can also use Windows 10 bootable media to access the tools.
If you have any problems while restoring Windows 10, please submit your question in the Pureinfotech forum to get answers.