Windows are the foremost operating system that is actively running of millions of devices across the world. Microsoft has launched several versions of Windows till now. Out of these Windows versions, Windows 7 stand out due to its high usability and functionality. It gives the user easy and helpful interface with several features. However, if any technical issue arises in the computer, having a quick reinstall of Windows 7 may solve the issue. Read further to learn how you can easily reinstall Windows 7 in your computer.
Determine the Problem
You need to determine the actual problem before you choose to reinstall Windows 7. Undertake the Startup Repair function to bring out your problem. This will help in replacing the corrupt Operating System files and can be used for fixing Windows load sequence.
Insert the OS Disc
As soon as your computer turns on, press the BIOS key to enter BIOS menu. In the BIOS menu, navigate to Boot submenu and select CD/DVD or Optical Drive as your first boot device. Save the changes and exit the settings window, which will restart your computer automatically.
Enter Windows Setup
You will see an on-screen message displaying, “Press any key to boot from CD or DVD”. Press any key to launch the Windows Setup page. Wait for some time as the process will load the files and ask your Time Preference and Language. After choosing the preference, click on Next to go ahead.
Select Repair your Computer
Choose Repair your computer option which will open the System Recovery options. It will take some time to launch the list of installations. Select the installation and choose Next option.
Choose Startup Repair
When you would select Startup Repair option, it will search for your Windows files for errors. As per your errors, you will be suggested various solutions or the errors may be fixed automatically. It is suggested that you should remove any external or removal drives to ensure smooth Startup repair process.
Click Finish button
During the Startup repair process, the PC will boot up several times. Wait for the process to get over and then press the Finish button, which restart your computer. Now check again. If there are no errors showing now, it means your technical issues have been resolved.
Following these tips will help you reinstall Windows 7 on your computer and resolve several issues that you might be facing.