Download Windows 7 Recovery Disc

by: - Last updated on: October 30th, 2019

As was the case with Vista when Windows becomes unbootable, you can look up to Neosmart’s recovery discs. These discs are extremely handy to have especially if you didn’t receive any installation media with your new computer, which is a common occurrence when purchasing from a majority of manufacturers including Dell and HP.

The Windows 7 DVD has a complete “recovery center” that provides you with the option of recovering your system via automated recovery, rolling-back to a system restore point, recovering a full PC backup, or accessing a command-line recovery console for advanced recovery purposes. But, as I said earlier, most of the PC manufacturers don’t give you the DVD.

But the good news is that Microsoft has tried to address this problem and have thankfully made a recovery disc for this purpose. It cannot be used to install or reinstall Windows 7, and just serves as a Windows PE interface to recovering your PC. You can create a system recovery disc for Windows 7 yourself or else download the recovery discs prepared and hosted by Neosmart.


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Download NeoSmart’s recovery discs for 32 and 64-bit systems, burn them to CD, and pop them into any system that claims it’s unable to find the files needed to boot or is otherwise corrupted.

These Windows 7 System Recovery Discs are a free download via BitTorrent from NeoSmart

Windows 7 Recovery Disc Download Links

Windows 7 Recovery Disc 32-bit & 64-bit via Torrents

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Download via Mediafire
Windows 7 Recovery Disc 32-bit (x86) – 144MB
Windows 7 Recovery Disc 64-bit (x64) – 166MB

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  1. I downloaded Win7 64 bit recovery disk and booted my wife’s laptop (crashed) from the disk. I got into the recovery options menu OK and opted to run the antivirus (Geek Squad told me I had two viruses) on my C-drive. It ran overnight and the last line read “Process exited with 1 code”. It’s unclear to me what to do next. I ran the AV on my D-deive which ran quickly and it reported “Process exited with 0 code”. Does this mean I have 1 virus on my C-drive? I started running the C-drive again with the “Remove” option selected. Any advice?

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