Windows 10 - Creating a System Repair or Boot CD or DVD Disc

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Probably the single most important procedure you should carry out after installation of Windows 10, create a System Repair/Boot CD or DVD. Watch this video to learn how to create a system repair CD or DVD disc. System recovery options can help you repair Windows if a serious error occurs. To use system recovery options, you'll need a Windows installation disc or access to the recovery options provided by your computer manufacturer. If you don't have either of those choices, you can create a system repair disc to access system recovery options. A system repair disc is not able to install Windows 10, see my other video showing how to create USB Memory Stick with System Recovery Tools at : A video explaining how to create the mentioned Windows 10 System Image, a video showing this can be viewed here :


  1. thank you for the information
  2. thanks a bunch !!
  3. YOU ARE AWESOME. Screw PowerISO and MagicISO. I just wanted to make a simple boot disc. Thank you!!!
  4. Thanks for this.
  5. Super clear and blissfully music-free. Thanks.
  6. I'm glad this is still up. I'm having to use my wife's computer to create a repair disk for my own computer. Unfortunately, I made the choice to upgrade a while back to the "free" windows 10. Now I know why it was free. Every time they send down a "mandatory" upgrade, it nearly crashes my computer. this time, it finally did. So, thanks for this simple, informative video. I just hope I'm not down at Walmart buying a new emergency computer at midnight and throwing my existing hard drive into the new computer as a spare. Thanks.
  7. Excellent detailed tutorial for Win 10 Boot Repair Disc. Is this good for Generic Win 10 Boot/Repair or is it specific only for repairing the specific Win 10 computer on which it was created ?
    PS Like J Wiffen said especially nice without loud music and mumbling nonsense : )
  8. Can you tell me why this happen, Repair disc could not be created, the media speed incompatible with device, showing 0xCOAA020F, Thanks.
  9. Ahh With that voice and that accent - Be My Teacher! ^_^ Thanks for your service. I needed it.
  10. Concise, articulate and straight to the point! Excellent video - you have convinced me to subscribe. Well done!
  11. Thank you
  12. Ugh thank you so much for this video my son broke his laptop some how and it wont boot up this has been extremely helpful for me. Thank you thank you thank you!!!
  13. I understood how to do this but does it work when you've had your computer for 5-6 months and need to ( CD ) to go back to factory settings
  14. Good, clear, to-the-point directions. Question: My computer is about a week old & I had downloaded a couple things, & there have been at least a couple updates. Should I burn the disc as is, or should i delete the new files first? -Tx
  15. I would hope it would be better than the windows 7 DVD recovery disks I created when I got this computer new. I started it went through the whole thing with it saying successful. Then when I needed them they were no good.
  16. Hi! I was just wondering if I should make the disc bootable before doing this? And can I use this to another computer? As my other acer laptop is stucked in preparing automatic repair then goes black screen. Thanks in advance!
  17. Hello. I skimmed the comments but there are so many that perhaps my question has been answered. I want to create a boot disc for Windows 10 to use if I have to restore the system-backup image I made to use if the hard drive fails and needs to be replaced.

    My question is: Why on the Windows 10 prompts for creating a boot disc it
    says "(Windows 7)" ? Is that anything to be concerned about?

  18. Thank you for a great video. Got tired of Windows asking me for a USB drive for the back up. This was just what I wanted, three minutes, simple explanation and done. 😸👍🏻.
  19. Thanks a lot for making this video. I'm making a system repair disc as I type. :-)
  20. will it work for other systems?