I am using Windows 7. Unfortunately, my Windows DVD is lost. How can I create a copy of Windows 7 from my computer? Is it possible??
If you make a full system backup on a good working machine problem. I don't know which version of Windows you or where you brought it, but with my HP laptop, I purchased a HP restore DVD.
If you have serial number, I would do this:
- download original Win ISO from here: http://forums.mydigitallife.info/threads/18769-Download-Windows-7-ISO-%28Official-32-bit-and-64-bit-Direct-Download-Links%29
- place ISO on USB (by Rufus, http://rufus.akeo.ie/ ) or DVD
- install it :-)
get a recovery disk created from your existing windows.
No you don't have an option to create a disk contains inly windows 7 files, But you can create a backup disks of your system with your systems company utility cd like Bruce Epper said.
But You don't install it in another system.
From here - http://www.freewindows7download.net/
Hope this helps.
The article link below can be helpful to you.
How To Create a Customized Windows 7 Installation Disc With Integrated Updates -
Try creating a hard disk image.
heyy friend go for ASR recovery
CloneZilla would be the best solution in a case where you had to install Windows manually. There is no such utility that can create a disk which would assist in actually installing Windows again, from a current Windows installation.
If you have a computer that came with the OS preinstalled, there may be a utility that the manufacturer put on the machine that will allow you to make recovery media from your system. There may also be a recovery partition on your hard drive that will do the trick as well. If not, you cannot create installation media from your system, but you can use the Backup and Restore utility (Start -> Maintenance -> Backup and Restore) to create an image of your current system on another NTFS formatted drive and a recovery CD that can restore your machine to the state it is currently in. It isn't an ideal situation, but it is better than nothing.If you don't like the MS provided tools to do the job, you can also go to clonezilla.sourceforge.net and download a LiveCD that can perform imaging and recovery of your hard drive as well.
Yes, this is the correct answer