About the Windows Vista errors
Though Windows XP and Windows Vista are obsolete operating systems, many continue to use them even today. While the Microsoft support for Windows XP would come to an end on April 8, 2014, the support for Windows Vista will be there until April 11, 2017 – as given in the official Microsoft Windows webpage. This means the Windows Vista help and support services will be available for at least three more years.
Fixing Vista problems using repair tools and Microsoft tech support
The Vista users can make use of the inbuilt repair tools to fix most of the operating system issues. Failing that, they can visit the Windows Vista Help webpage to find the solutions to their problem. A ‘not so tech-savvy’ user would find it difficult to figure out these repair tools present in the operating system.
They can use the Windows Vista Help and Support option present in the Start menu to find the repair tools and the troubleshooting steps. There all the necessary information would be categorised in to different sections, making it easy for the user to find out what he is looking for.
Repairing the OS using the Vista installation disc
Occasionally, some of the operating system files would become corrupt or infected by a virus. In such cases, you can recover such files and repair the OS using the Vista installation disc. Simply insert the disc and restart your system. When the installation options menu appear on the screen, select the one for repairing the OS.
The process might take a while depending on the number and size of the operating system files that need to be copied from the disc. This would rectify the Vista OS errors caused by missing or corrupt system files.
Contact Windows Vista help
The Windows operating systems are notorious for its Blue Screen errors. Often, the operating system would restart itself after showing the Blue Screen, giving only a few seconds time for the user to read the error message.
Go to the My Computer properties and under the Advanced tab, click on Startup and Recovery Settings. There, uncheck the Automatic Restart option under the System Failure section. Your system will no longer automatically restart in the event of an error, giving you more time to note down the error code, using which you can find the solution online.
Also, consider updating your system hardware and upgrading the operating system before the Microsoft support for Windows Vista runs out.
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