To recover the no-boot situation, you need to do system restore or revert to Windows 7 RTM:
1. Apply System Restore from the Windows Recovery Environment (WinRE)
At boot-up, Hit F8 --> Repair --> System Recovery Options Window --> System Restore
2. If the system restore failed, you can use the following command to revert to Windows 7 RTM running state:
In the WinRE, run the command prompt and run the following command:DISM /image:C:\ /cleanup-image /revertpendingactions
3. You can also perform an inplace upgrade of Windows using your DVD media.
Inplace Upgrade is like a repair installation right? Is that even possible because for Windows 7 you can only perform a repair installation if you are within the OS
Yes, inplace upgrade is like a repair installation.
Today we will talk about an issue of USB devices that many users has encountered. The symptom is when