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How to Recover System Partition

Posted on Dec 12, 2017 by Jean to Backup Utility

Here you can learn two system recovery solution: restore system with Windows System Restore and recover system partition using EaseUS system backup & recovery software.

When your system crash due to virus infection, hacker attack, change system configuration for false operation or some other unknown reason, to recover system partition is the most effective way to fix this problem. Here, we will introduce you two system recovery solution: restore system with Windows System Restore and recover system partition using advanced yet free backup software. You can try any of the two methods when there is something wrong with your system.

Why you need to restore system partition?

  • System crash may disable all applications under Windows, because you can't boot from Windows again.
  • You can't restore system partition under Windows since all system files have been in use. (Only the non-system partitions or disks are accessible to restore under Windows.)

How to restore system with Windows System Restore

1. Click the Start button, type System Restore in the search box, and then click System Restore in the list of results. If you're prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.

2. Click Recommended restore, and then click Next. Or click Choose a different restore point, click Next, then click the restore point that you want and click Next.

3. Review the restore point, and then click Finish.

Recover system partition from bootable CD/DVD with EaseUS backup and recovery software

A bootable CD/DVD can help you boot Windows in case of system crash, restore system to original state. Put the bootable CD into the CD-ROM and change your BIOS settings: set CD-ROM as first boot device. Press "Del" when you are restarting the computer. Move CD-ROM Drive beyond Hard Drive. Press "F10" to save and exit.

Solution: Restore system partition from EaseUS Todo Backup WinPE based bootable disk

1. Boot from WinPE based bootable CD/DVD.

2. Click System Recovery.

3. Select the image file you want to recover and then select the source you want to restore

Select a snapshot

4. Select the destination location where you want to recover.

Select destination location

5. Confirm your recovery information and click Proceed to recover.