Windows 7

How to Disable System Restore in Windows 7

How to Disable System Restore in Windows 7

How to Disable System Restore in Windows 7 : Do you want to disable system restore in Windows 7? If yes, then what you need to do is to find out the exact registry Keys and Find All the Processes associated with the system restore service. Once you are able to do this thing easily, you will be able to fix the “System Restore is disabled” error message. What you need to do is to click on the START button and then go to RUN. Next, type “REGEDIT” and press Enter. Go to the File Menu that is appeared and then go to Export. Save the Registry here and give it a name like “Windows 7 Black Screen of Death Recovery.”

Now you need to open the Registry Editor window and click on the File Menu and then go to New and click on “KEY.” Give the Key a name like “System” and click “OK.” Then go to the File Menu and click Export and name the exported file with the name you gave the key i.e “DisableSystemBarrier.” The above step will disable the System Restore service. But if you are able to successfully export the file and paste it in the unregistered process tab, then you can disable the System Restore by right clicking on the “Taskbar” and select “Task Manager”. Next, click on the Process tab and then double click on “pegv2” to end the process.

How to Disable System Restore in Windows 7

The problem with this is that if you installed Windows 7 from a Vista copy and it came with System Restore, then no matter how many copy of Windows 7 you have, you will have the same version of the BSOD error message.

So the only solution if you are running Windows 7 on a Vista based computer is to Flip the switch to “Windows 7 Certified Operating System”, which will help you install a Windows 7 on a Windows Vista based machine.

To switch to this Operating System you need to perform some simple steps.

First you need to open your PC and uninstall the Windows 7 Certified Operating System from your hard drive. You can also perform a clean install of Windows 7 but using the attained experience it is generally far better to perform the second option.

You can do this by clicking on the Start Menu and then go to “Control Panel”. Then double click on “Add/Remove Programs”, and you will see a large menu. Click on “Windows Components” and you will see a list of all the components installed in your computer.

Then click on the word “Windows Installer” and you will see a dialog box. Then click on “Remove/Uninstall” on the right side of the dialog box, and then click on “Close” to exit the window.

After doing this you will be prompted to restart your computer. If you want to you can always correct the BSOD error message by going to the Control Panel > Troubleshooting > and clicking on “Advanced System Recovery” if your computer is one of the three computers the on the list and click on “Start System Recovery”, otherwise click on “Continue” to proceed next.

Once your PC is stability restored you need to install a new copy of Windows 7 but if Windows 7 will not install there goes to the second part of this article dealing with a new installation.

If you already have set up a new installation of Windows 7 and would like to retain all your settings (which is generally not necessary) then follow the steps below:

Again on the Start Button, navigate to “All Programs” and scroll down to “Windows 7.” Click on the “Download” at the bottom of the window, and save the file which has the .iso extension. You can save it on your desktop, on a network folder or on a CD-ROM.

Next you need to download and install VirtualBox from the VirtualBox Website.

Once you have installed VirtualBox you can create a new folder on your desktop and a new instance of Windows 7 or a new instance of Linux or any other operating system accordingly.

Open VirtualBox and click on “New” to create a new virtual machine. You can name the new machine “em allocate” and click “OK”.

Click on the “Start” button in the left hand side of the VirtualBox window.

Click on the empty CD/DVD Drive button in the “Movies and Documents” section and select a directory.

In the “Create a virtual hard disk” click on the “Add hard disk” button and select the newly created CD or DVD or install an existing ISO image file to the CD/DVD Drive.

Add an empty CD or DVD and click on the OK button to pop up the “Create CD or DVD” window.

In the “ystem” click on the “OK” button to select the newly created disk.

Delete the CD or DVD and then click on the OK button to return to the “Create CD or DVD” window.