Windows 7 System Recovery Options consist of five tools, including Startup Repair, System Restore, System Image Recovery, Windows Memory Diagnostic and Command Prompt. This suite of tools can be used to recover or repair Windows 7 if it has been damaged.
Startup Repair fixes problems with the Windows 7 startup process. System Restore restores the entire system to an earlier, stable checkpoint. System Image Recovery recovers the machine using a previously created system image. Windows Memory Diagnostic checks the computer for any errors with memory hardware. The Command Prompt is a command line interface for manual error checking and system recovery.
The System Recovery Options of Windows 7 can be accessed directly from the hard drive of the computer or from the Windows 7 installation DVD.