Posted on Saturday, Mar 22 2008 @ 05:10 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
PCSTATS explains what you need to know to bring a crashed Vista PC system back to life. When Windows Vista fails and won't boot, separate the hardware from the software and get it fixed with the help of this Beginners Guide. Windows Vista appears to be at least as resilient and stable as Windows XP in operation, yet it's still quite vulnerable to a variety of errors which can leave the operating system in an non-bootable state. If you were familiar with the Windows XP suite of repair tools, you might as well throw all that knowledge out the window(s) because none of it applies any more.