A Windows 7 user performs a clean boot on his/her system under special circumstances – severe file system damage, operating system corruption, and startup repair failure. The process of clean boot allows the user to surmount all the above situations and store new files and folders. While a clean boot acts as a boon in resolving all booting issues, it also has a disadvantage of making all the previously stored files and folders inaccessible. This disadvantage gets nullified if the user has maintained an appropriate backup of all the files and folders. However, if the user has not created any backup or backup file is damaged, then s/he needs to opt for a commercial Data Recovery utility.
Consider a practical case wherein you boot your Windows 7 system and encounter any of the below error messages:
“Operating System not found”
“File System damage”
“Bootmgr is missing”
“STOP Error Message”
The system stops at the time of booting when any of the above error messages pop up. Moreover, the data saved in the hard drive becomes inaccessible.
Each error message has its own cause, varying from file system damage, improper device driver installation, improper software upgradation.
Try out the below common practices to overcome the above error messages:
Run CHKDSK command to resolve file system corruption problems.
Select 'Startup Repair' option after inserting Windows 7 CD.
If both the above resolutions fail to resolve the error, follow a common practice – clean reinstall – to surpass the above error messages. To recover the data post clean reinstall, in case of absence of a valid data backup, you will need to search for an effective third-party Data Recovery Software.
A Recovery Software tool recovers all inaccessible files post clean reinstall. All the recoverable files can be previewed and then saved at your specified destination. The tool can be downloaded from the Internet and allows even a novice user to perform recovery. The recovery mechanism used by these software are absolutely safe and do not not harm the original file or structure of data.
Windows Data Recovery is one recovery application that performs maximum recovery post clean re-installation. The Data Recovery Software is embedded with powerful features and supports almost all latest file systems (NTFS, NTFS5, FAT12, FAT16, FAT32, and VFAT). It is designed for Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2003, and 2000 operating systems.
Recovering Data Post Windows 7 Clean Boot