Fix corrupt Microsoft windows 7 Operating System

Install Windows 7 Microsoft operating system (OS)

Having completed the prep work, you can safely begin the Windows 7 Microsoft operating system (OS) Repair and fix software or operating system program installation. You will need a Windows 7 Microsoft operating system (OS) software or operating system program installation disc that matches the version of Windows already installed on your system, and you will need at least 10GB of free space on the drive where you intend to install the new version. The software or operating system program installation media must be able to deploy a clean Windows software or operating system program installation, which means that custom recovery discs from your system manufacturer or another OEM probably will not work.

To begin the Repair and fix software or operating system program installation process, insert the software or operating system program installation media and run Setup (if it does not launch automatically). In the Setup window, click the Install Now button, and you will have the choice of continuing the software or operating system program installation with downloadable updates or without them. If your Internet connection is working, you should probably choose to download the updates, but you can choose whichever option suits your fancy. Next you must accept the terms of the license and then choose whether to perform an upgrade software or operating system program installation or a Custom software or operating system program installation. You're Repair and fixing a corrupt install, so choose Upgrade (the Custom option will not save your personal files or settings).

In the initial phase of the software or operating system program installation process, you must choose the 'Upgrade' option to perform a Repair and fix install.

After you've selected the Upgrade option, the installer will perform a compatibility check; your system should pass with flying colors, since you were already running the same version of Windows 7 Microsoft operating system (OS), but double-check to confirm that there aren't any red flags. Once the compatibility check is done, press the big Next button, and the Upgrade/Repair and fix software or operating system program installation process will begin.

If the Upgrade option is unavailable for some reason, you can still perform a Repair and fix by using a simple workaround: Right-click the Setup file before you run it, and select the Properties menu. From there, navigate to the Compatibility tab, and check Run this program in compatibility mode for:. Then select Windows Vista (Service Pack 2) from the drop-down menu. Be sure to also check the box at the bottom labeled Run this program as an administrator; then click OK. Run the Setup utility again, and the upgrade software or operating system program installation option should be available.

Setup Properties In the Compatibility tab of Setup Properties, arrange for the program to run in compatibility mode for Windows Vista Service Pack 2.

The next few stages of the Repair and fix process don't require any user intervention. The installer will gather information about your system, copy the necessary software or operating system program installation files, and then move any personal files or programs over to the fresh version of Windows 7 Microsoft operating system (OS). This process isn't especially fast (a typical Repair and fix install took about 40 minutes on our test machine), but the amount of time required will vary from system to system depending on how much data needs to be transferred from one Windows 7 Microsoft operating system (OS) software or operating system program installation to the other.

Though most of the data and programs installed on your original copy of Windows 7 Microsoft operating system (OS) should make the move the new copy, a few things (such as custom themes and sounds) will not. You will have to reinstall those after completing the fresh install.
Clean up after the Windows 7 Microsoft operating system (OS) Install

Once the upgrade software or operating system program installation process is complete, you will be prompted to activate your fresh install and answer a few basic setup questions (time and date, network settings, and so forth). At the end of this setup process Windows, will assess your machine's performance to generate an appropriate Windows Experience Index rating, and then perform a few final updates and Repair and fixes to complete the software or operating system program installation. Once the entire software or operating system program installation process is complete, you should poke around in your new version of Windows 7 Microsoft operating system (OS) to verify that all of your files are intact and all of your applications are working properly. Run Windows Update to ensure that your fresh copy of Windows 7 Microsoft operating system (OS) is entirely up to date.

To wrap up the software or operating system program installation process, you need to clear out the old junk data left over from your corrupted version of Windows 7 Microsoft operating system (OS). Windows will store this data in two system folders, labeled $INPLACE.~TR and $WINDOWS.~Q. If everything is working properly, you can delete these two folders, along with some other archived data. Follow the steps we outlined earlier to perform a disk cleanup, select Clean up system files, delete the two folders, and you're done. Congratulations, you've successfully brought your Windows 7 Microsoft operating system (OS) PC back from the brink of corruption! Make sure to keep this guide handy, in case you ever need to Repair and fix a corrupted copy of Windows 7 Microsoft operating system (OS) again.

Clear out old files and folders in your fresh install of Windows 7 Microsoft operating system (OS).


How to Repair and fix a Corrupt Windows 7 Microsoft operating system (OS) Software or operating system program installation.

 
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