Startup Repair Tool
Windows Vista Startup Repair Tool is designed to remove troubles that occur at startup, like some instances of 0xc0000135 error.
Startup errors, especially the ones that remain even in Safe Mode, are the most difficult to troubleshoot and resolve because they don’t even give you a chance to scan your system for malware or install and run system any repair programs. Often, reinstalling the OS seems to be the only way out. However, quite often the problem is hidden is a single setting or a registry value that needs to be changed, or a file that needs to be repaired or replaced. Reinstalling the entire system in this situation seems absurd. That’s where Startup Repair tool may work for you.
Specifically, Startup Repair tool will take care of the following problems:
- Problem update installation
- Corrupt or missing system files
- Corrupt disk metadata (boot sector, partition table, master boot record)
- Corrupt, missing or incompatible drivers
- Corrupt or missing boot settings
- Corrupt registry settings
How to Use Startup Repair Tool The guide is easy.
- Boot into Vista installation DVD
- Select your language settings and click Next
- Click Repair your computer
- Select your operating system and click Next. After that you will see System Recovery Options screen.
- Click on Startup Repair Now Startup Repair Tool begins analyzing startup log files to determine source of the problem and runs a series of diagnostic tests.
Once the cause of the failure is found, Startup Repair Tool will attempt to fix it. When repairing is finished you'll be prompted to click Finish to reboot your computer. After Startup Repair has finished the repairs, click Finish to reboot your computer. In some cases Startup Repair Tool is able to identify the cause of the problem, but unable to repair it. In such a situation Startup Repair will offer you a set of tools that can help you manually resolve the problem.