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    How well recovery options are handled in Windows 8? Do we still have the Blue Screen Of Death in Windows 8?

    I use to reinstall my Windows like twice a week and its high time Windows 8 going to be released in some months, my real concern is How well the recovery options are handled in Windows 8? Is there any improvement than before or still the same? Do we still have the Blue Screen of Death problem in Windows 8 or it is handled properly now?



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    Re: How well recovery options are handled in Windows 8? Do we still have the Blue Screen Of Death in Windows 8?

    HI...*To Reset your PC*The Reset your PC utility works just like Windows Restore Disk on previous versions of Windows, like Windows 7 and Windows Vista. However, the big difference is that Reset your PC provides an automatedway to perform complete Windows Reset. Windows 8 Reset utility provides one-stop solution to those who are planning to sell their Windows 8 PC without leaving any chances of recovering personal information and other important datafrom the PC. The Windows 8 Reset utility ensures that all of your personal data along with user-installed applications will be removed. After removing all the user-data, it will attempt to reset your PC settings back to default. To begin, click Get Started under Reset your PC option.

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    Re: How well recovery options are handled in Windows 8? Do we still have the Blue Screen Of Death in Windows 8?

    See only the beta versions are in the market, so it is really difficult to comment that Blue Screen of Death also known as Blu Screen Death will be terminated permanently or not at all. Now, blue screen error comes as a result of missing system files or damaged programs needed for system booting. In the previous versions also this thing was seen. Mainly this happens due to virus effect. Virus are such software programs which multiply itself while staying attached with some important file and as and when you execute that program/ file the virus also executes and damages that file's content.
    In windows 8 also like windows 7 you have backup and restore options. Here they are know as refresh and reset. While on reset you will install your Windows system again like you did in Windows XP, with refresh option you can proceed just like backup and restore option of Windows 7 but this time with a lot less complications. With the refresh option you will be just installing those parts of Windows 8 that will be needed to boot and operate the programs. Your personal important files and other required files will be stored as earlier, in the same place. Also for log in purpose, in Windows XP you had to set separate log in id and passwords, but here the previous log in information will work just perfectly.

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    Re: How well recovery options are handled in Windows 8? Do we still have the Blue Screen Of Death in Windows 8?

    As you are using beta version and it means only a test version. We can not say anything sure but i thing there is some problem with operating systems setup. may be any corrupt file in your setup. you should change your setup and install with any other setup of Windows 8. But if you does not arrange new setup then you have only one option that is recover it. For recover your windows just follow the steps:- 1. Just inter your disk and restart your system 2. They will initiate and then start to open 3. In next page they will ask to select language and then 4. In next many option 5. There choose recovery option and recover it. I thing through this way your problem will be solved. All the best

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    Re: How well recovery options are handled in Windows 8? Do we still have the Blue Screen Of Death in Windows 8?

    The recovery options are well handled in the windows 8 because the data which you have lost while formatting the disk or system then you can easily get it through the windows 8 OS because the windows recovery software is pre installed in the windows 8 OS and also it can be well handled with the blue screen problems and we may not have those type of problems in it.

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    Re: How well recovery options are handled in Windows 8? Do we still have the Blue Screen Of Death in Windows 8?

    Friend, Windows 7 has the best Recovery Options. This has been used in the Windows 8 also. It is still under development. They may make little changes in recover options when compared to Windows 7. But, you need to wait till it is released.

    Windows 8 also supports Multi Monitor. It has changed it's log on Screen as asked by may of the Customers. It has god features and recovery options.

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    Re: How well recovery options are handled in Windows 8? Do we still have the Blue Screen Of Death in Windows 8?

    BLUE SCREEN of DEATH or bug check or STOP ERROR. #BLUE SCREEN of DEATH or BSoD on a WIndows error screen that is caused by serious and critical errors when hardware and drives are at stake of being get damaged. For the sake of system security,the blue screen is displayed, that require a restart of the OS. It is present in all versions of Windows, but is no longer common to most because the default setting in Windows now is to "automatically restart on error" so people don't see the BSoD nowadays. Follow the steps to resolve it: *FIRSTLY try restart and if that doesn't work you may follow the steps: -Right Click on mouse and select Properties(virtual properties). -Then go to Virtual memory. Check the error settings defrag the disk. -You may run anti virus too but in most cases the restart fixes this error so that will solve your problem. I seriously suggest that everyone change that setting so you can see and diagnose any errors in your system. Windows 8 have recovery options but lets use it and then decide.

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    Re: How well recovery options are handled in Windows 8? Do we still have the Blue Screen Of Death in Windows 8?

    HI my dear friend........the error BSOD ( BLUE SCREEN OF DEATH )created by the reasons




    there are many type of reasons to arise the problem of BSOD..that is over heating, shutdown, RAM , memory dump.........etc


    To overcome this issue follow the given steps


    >> some times due to the RAM also this error will arises in that case .....remove the RAM clean it up and re-insert the
    RAM again and restart .......the if the problem is solved then OK other wise ....follow the given


    >> press windows key + r and type in that msconfig and press ENTER key and choose Boot TAB and select SAFE MODE option


    >> after the login....If you have already created ....the system Backup image or repair disc ...by using this options to
    restore your pc .....other wise go this way


    >> press windows key + I combination and choose the change PC settings option

    >> then choose general option from the right pane

    choose the options there .......depending your requirement ....then process will begins...and after the completion of procees


    reboot your pc ......and your problem will be resolved....................ALL THE BEST

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    Re: How well recovery options are handled in Windows 8? Do we still have the Blue Screen Of Death in Windows 8?

    Hi,

    The question you have asked about BLUE SCREEN of DEATH or popularly known BSod is a result of serious fault occured inside the Operating System Kernel and the blue screen is the symptom of that. It is not dengerous but notifies denger that might happen to the system if not cured properly at the earliest.

    Windows 8 has a number of protection against those unavoidable situations. Being the most advanced Operating System and most attacked OS by the malpractitioners, Windows developers developed a few tricks which should limit those dreaded situation those puts the life of a computer in geopardy.

    Though the scenerio is clear after release of the full version of Windows 8 and it resolves a number of problems which bothered many of us for long.

    So upgrade to Windows 8 to have a good nights sleep.

    Thanks.

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    Re: How well recovery options are handled in Windows 8? Do we still have the Blue Screen Of Death in Windows 8?

    Hii Friends..

    For BSOD problem having number of reasons..

    1.Hard ware problems...

    For these once check your hard ware Configuration..

    2.Drives problem..

    For these once System Restart in Safe mode.. Again Start in Normal mode..

    3.Operating System problem..

    Repair or Re install your operating system..

    I hope it will work..

    Thank you and All the best..

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