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What Do I Do to Make a Windows 8 Repair Disc?

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What Do I Do to Make a Windows 8 Repair Disc?

Windows 8 allows administrators to prepare a system repair disc that helps them repair a Windows 8 computer in case it fails to start or behaves obnoxiously. To create a Windows 8 system repair disc, insert a blank DVD into the DVD drive to start.

Although all system repair tasks can be performed by inserting Windows 8 bootable installation media in the DVD drive and performing system repair steps, a system repair disc contains precise information and files that are required to repair a corrupt Windows 8 system. With the help of Windows 8 system repair disc, even non-technical users can bring a Windows 8 computer up if it fails to perform as expected.

Creation process of a system repair disc in Windows 8 requires elevated privileges, which means that in order to create a system repair disc, administrator account must be used to log on to the computer. Once system repair disc is created, the computer must be started using the DVD, and on-screen instructions must be followed to repair the system and bring it back.

How to Create a System Repair Disc?

To create a system repair disc for a Windows 8 computer, step-by-step instructions given below must be followed:

  1. Log on to Windows 8 computer with the administrator account system repair disc of which is to be created.
  2. Click Desktop tile from the Start screen to go to the desktop window.
  3. Once on the desktop screen, hover mouse to the bottom right corner of the window.
  4. From the displayed options, click Settings.
  5. From the Settings pane in the right, click Control Panel.
  6. On the opened Control Panel window, click System and Security.
  7. From System and Security window, click File History from the right pane.
  8. On File History window, click Windows 7 File Recovery from the bottom of the left pane.
  9. On Windows 7 File Recovery window, click Create a system repair disc from the left pane.
  10. On Create a system repair disc box, from Drive drop-down list, choose the appropriate optical media drive into which a blank DVD disc is inserted.
  11. Once selected, click Create disc to start the burning process of system repair disc.



  12. Once burning process of system repair disc completed successfully, click OK.
  13. Close all the opened windows when done.

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