How To Create a Windows 7 Recovery Disc On A USB Flash Drive


Author: Mark Schierloh Jr
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This Shows How To Create a Windows 7 Recovery Disc On A USB Flash Drive NEW DIRECT DOWNLOAD LINKS Download Recovery Disk Files 32 Bit http://www.mediafire.com/download/vhvt4ch60bno0z0/32_Bit_Recovery.zip 64 Bit http://www.mediafire.com/download/6sgd6zhvtl2v5v8/64_Bit_Recovery.zip



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  1. DiskPart has referenced an object which is not up-to-date.
    Refresh the object by using the RESCAN command.
    If the problem persists exit DiskPart, then restart DiskPart or restart the
    computer.
  2. are you drunk bud
  3. Good sorted ! ...thank you :)
  4. I know this is an old video
    But can I use this to initiate windows 7 on a brand new hard drive with no OS?
  5. Really nice that you linked the files, now I don’t have to download a full copy of Windows just too fix my bootmgr. I’m just curious did you find the files on the internet ? Or did you supply them yourself ? :D
  6. Good God man what are you on you are stoned to the max. Why don't you share that instead of your video.
  7. Thank you it was a great help. I managed to fix the Linux boot loop after deleting a partition in Windows os
  8. God bless you man, you saved my PC, Thanks :D
  9. can i do this on my windows 10 for a older pc?
  10. "This version of System Recovery Options is not compatible with the version of Windows you are trying to repair." i get this message when im trying to use the usb,what should i do?
  11. Can I download this and then move the USB to another computer and restore that computer with it?
  12. thanks
  13. update success.... and not work?
  14. I just tested the download link for the 64-bit ISO, it worked fine for me
  15. I am not able to download 64 bit - recovery disk from mediafire. Help me please
  16. my only question is how did you get the recovery disk to be on your desk top? I never saw it mentioned in the video it just appeared?
  17. I thought I followed all of the instructions to the T, but it still hasn't worked. I've changed boot order to boot the USB first, but I get a Blue Screen of Death after the "Windows is loading files..." screen. Any idea where I went wrong?
    If it helps any, the laptop I'm attempting to fix has the 0xc000000d error code.
  18. Hi, Mark. Thanks for the video. I just received a used Acer Aspire One with Win7 Starter OS. I want to create a recovery flash drive. (I had trouble running windows updates - ie SP1 - and wanted to have some type of external recovery protection.) I followed your first instructions, typed Diskpart at prompt, and a window popped up "Do you want to allow the following program to make changes to this computer? Program name: DiskPart, Verified publisher: Microsoft Windows". I am a little gun shy, here, to click Yes. Any help is appreciated. Thanks.
  19. Thanks man this really helped me :)
  20. what is the CD logo which u clicked and extracted it?