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Are you having a hard time with your Windows 7? Seeking a repair installation to work out a Windows 7 problem? First of all, try out the System Restore or any other easier alternative to fix the installed Windows 7. A clean reinstall is not a good idea at all. Moreover, you would like to maintain your user accounts, data, programs and system drivers. The best way is to do a Repair Install to Fix Windows 7.
Effective steps to do a Repair install for Windows 7
1. Start your Windows 7 and get into to the administrator account
2. Disable the antivirus, firewall or any similar security program installed on your computer. These programs may obstruct the smooth installation of repair upgrade of Windows 7.
3. Load the Windows 7 installation DVD into your computer’s DVD drive. Now click on the Run Setup.exe option available in the Autoplay window inside the currently installed Windows 7.
4. Further, click on the Install Now button to start the installation
5. Make sure to uncheck the “I want to help make Windows installation better” check box. After that, click on the Go online to get the latest updates within installation option.
6. An online search will be made to install all the installation updates available on hand.
7. Check the “I accept the license” check box and then click on Next.
8. Click on the Upgrade option, this will initiate the installation of Windows 7.
9. When your computer restarts finally, a blank screen will appear, then type in your Windows 7 product key number
10. Just uncheck the Automatically activate Windows when I’m online check box at the bottom and then click on the Next button.
11. Further, click on the Use recommended settings and select your Time Zone. Set the time and date settings and click on the Next button.
12. Click on the computer’s location option to select the accurate network location typesetting which should be applied for the location.
13. Now your desktop is prepared to startup. Refresh the Windows Experience Index (WEI) score.
14. Now your repair work is done. Start the Windows 7 and experience the difference.