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Significance of Start Repair Option in Windows 7

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Computer users are curious to try out different things with their computer, such as, installation of new software, partitioning their hard drive, changing default settings, and more. Although experimentation with the computer system allows the users to learn new things, but it should not be done at the cost of damage to the operating system. A damaged operating system in most cases, is unbootable and displays an error message at the time of bootup.

In such situations, the data saved in the hard drive of that operating system becomes inaccessible. To access the data post operating system corruption, most users restore the data from an updated backup. But, if the users have not maintained any backup, then hard drive recovery becomes a difficult task.

To illustrate the above case, consider a practical situation, where you install a new software from the Internet. The software contained a virus that corrupted your MBR (Master Boot Record), making your computer system unbootable. In such cases, if you want to boot your Windows 7 operating system, then you will need to use the 'Start Repair' option.

To use this feature:

1.Restart your computer and boot to the 'System Recovery Options' screen.

2.Select the first option 'Startup Repair' on your screen.

3.The repair process starts and fixes all the startup issues.

However, there are some probabilities that the exact problem could not be found by the 'Startup Repair' option, and your problem continues. In such cases, the only option left is to format your computer system. Formatting a system deletes all the previous entries saved in the file system and allows the user to save new data on the hard drive. But, formatting the hard drive also deletes the previously saved data.

To recover the deleted hard drive data, in case of backup unavailability, you need to use advanced hard drive recovery software. Such hard drive recovery tools comprehensively recover formatted data and save it at user-specified destination. Developed by highly qualified recovery experts, these tools use powerful algorithms to recover lost data. Such tools are easy to use and install.

Stellar Phoenix Windows Data Recovery tops the list of advanced Hard Drive Recovery Software. Whether the files are formatted, lost, deleted, or missing, the read-only software recovers it all from almost all storage media. Supported by FAT12, FAT16, FAT32, VFAT , NTFS and NTFS5  file systems, the tool is designed for Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2003, and 2000.

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