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Complete Guide to Backing Up and Restoring the Windows 10 Registry
Read about creating and recovering a Windows registry from the command prompt. Utilities to work with the registry and how command prompt can help you deal with registry recovery.
The Windows 10 operating system has a built-in database of system settings and programs, known as registry. Inexperienced users are not recommended to make any changes to the registry, delete or add settings as it can result in system failures and the need for the registry recovery Windows 10.
How to Fix Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) Error in Windows 10
Read about fixing the blue screen of death error in Windows: why it turns up and how to bring your PC back to life.
Does your Windows-operated laptop or desktop computer show a blue screen? Does it restart after flashing the BSOD message? Looking for a way to fix error?
System and Data Backup
Read this article to learn more about using Windows 10 Backup and Restore function to bring your Windows to any previous condition.
Backup can save important data in emergency situations such as a broken HDD, loss of files and infiltration of viruses. For this purpose, you can use Windows built-in tools and third-party freeware and shareware.
Windows Won’t Boot — What Shall I Do?
In this article, we’ll find out why an operating system won’t boot and how to deal with this problem.
If your Windows refused to boot, and your HDD is full of necessary data, the first thing you have to do is to calm down. Most probably, the data is all right and the problem is due to some software error in drivers, system services and so on. However, you have to know how you can tell software errors from hardware problems.
BCD Backup and Recovery in Windows
In this article, we will consider the methodology for BCD storage backup and recovery in Windows 10.
It should be reminded that beginning with Windows Vista, Microsoft abandoned the old Windows OS boot loader, NTLDR, and replaced it with a new boot manager — BOOTMGR. The code of the new boot manager is stored in a special file bootmgr in the active partition root.