To resolve problems with the PC's primary hard drive, you must create and use a System Repair Disk. It's an important tool you must have for PC troubleshooting.
- [Instructor] To create a system repair disk,…grab a thumb drive or media card…with a capacity of at least 16 gigabytes, and more is okay.…Stick the thumb drive into a USB port,…or if you're using a media card, insert it now…and ensure that the thumb drive or media card…doesn't store anything you need.…The process of creating the system repair disk…erases the media.…If you see a notification pop up…after you insert the system repair disk media, dismiss it.…To create the system repair disk in Windows 10,…tap the Windows key and type recovery drive.…
When you see the Recovery Drive item in the list, choose it…and click Yes to confirm in the UAC warning.…Ensure that the option to Back up system files…to the recovery drive is chosen.…That way, Windows system files can be recovered…from the repair disk media.…Click the Next button to continue.…Wait while the system calculates how much storage it needs.…Here you see how much storage the thumb drive…or media card needs, and also listed are available media,…which includes the removable drive you just inserted.…
- Diagnosing the causes of PC issues
- Troubleshooting hardware and software
- Performing startup and system restore steps
- Accessing the Task Manager
- Using the Registry Editor
- Fixing Windows
- Checking and freeing storage
- Fixing common printer issues
- Troubleshooting audio
- Restoring network connectivity
Skill Level Beginner
What you should know1m 3s
1. PC Trouble
2. Startup and Shutdown Issues
3. Problems and Solutions: Windows
4. Problems and Solutions: Mass Storage
5. Problems and Solutions: Printer
6. Problems and Solutions: Monitors and Graphics
Troubleshooting the monitor3m 54s
7. Problems and Solutions: Peripherals
8. Problems and Solutions: Networking
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