First message you will see is "Press any key to boot from CD or DVD", press
space bar to begin the Repair install. If keyboard is not working then enter
BIOS and enable Keyboard MSDOS support or USB legacy support.
Refer to your motherboard/PC manufacturer for further information on enabling
DOS support for USB keyboards.
Windows 7 will begin to load.....
Windows 7 will now start the repair/install procedure.
First you need to select your language, then Time and currency...
Next set your Keyboard Language. This may have changed correctly when "Time and
Currency" option was selected, if not change as needed. Click "Next£ to
Now the "Install Windows 7" screen will appear, Click on "Repair
your Computer" to
NOTE: Other options on this page are covered in other guides available at
the Windows 7 section of
Repair menu will load...
First you need to select the correct install, click on this in the white box and
then click on "Next" to continue
Now select "Startup Repair" from the "Recovery Options menu.
Startup repair will now search for problems that are preventing boot.
You may now be prompted to try "System Restore" to resolve your boot issues,
press "Cancel", this can be attempted later (See other repair options).
Windows 7 will now attempt to repair your "Startup" issues.
This may take sometime :)
Once done the following screen will appear. If you want information on the
repair then click on "Click here for diagnostic and repair details"......
DIAGNOSTIC AND REPAIR DETAILS: Clicking on "Click here for diagnostic and
repair details" will.......
DIAGNOSTIC AND REPAIR DETAILS: ....show this menu, scroll up and down for
required information, once finished click on "Close"
....now click finish, for your PC to reboot and complete repairs.
Ignore the "Press any key to boot from CD or DVD" message, press no key and
allow Windows to start.
and with any luck......
will be back on your Windows 7 desktop.