បានផ្សាយនៅ ខែមេសា 26, 2009. Filed under: How to | ពាក្យគន្លឹះ៖backup, computer, data recovery, How to, pc tips, recovery cd, vista recovery |
If you purchased a new computer with Windows Vista preinstalled on it, you may have received an actual Windows Vista DVD with your purchase or a Recovery Disk created by the computer’s manufacturer, or maybe your new computer came with a Recovery Partition on the hard disk in lieu of a Recovery Disk. While a Recovery Disk or a Recovery Partition will allow you to restore your computer to the original settings from the manufacturer, chances are you will not be able to use it to repair your Windows Vista installation. For that, you will need an actual Windows Vista DVD that contains the Windows Recovery Environment; without the tools contained in the Windows Recovery Environment, you cannot repair your current installation.
Fortunately, Microsoft is adding the ability to create a Windows Recovery CD to Vista SP1. However, if you want to create a Windows Recovery CD before SP1 arrives, the folks over at NeoSmart Technologies have made available a copy of the Windows Recovery CD ISO image that Microsoft created for the SP1 Beta test. In this edition of the Windows Vista Report, I’ll show you how you can get this ISO image and create your own Windows Recovery CD.
Getting the ISO
Due to the popularity of NeoSmart Technologies’ Windows Recovery CD ISO image — a 120MB download available from their site — NeoSmart has made the image available as a torrent file as well as a download version, although in order to get the ISO file you’ll need to download the torrent version.
Using ISO Recorder
Once you get the ISO file, you will need a way to burn it to a CD. You may already have a CD burning application such as Nero, but if you’d like to add the ability to burn ISO files directly from within Vista, download the Vista version of ISO Recorder from Alex Fienman’s site.
Once you download the ZIP file, installing ISO Recorder is a snap. Double-click Setup, and click through the Open File Security Warning and User Account Control dialog boxes. When you see the ISO Recorder Setup Wizard (Figure A), simply follow the onscreen instructions and you’ll have ISO Recorder installed in a matter of moments.