Repair Windows with Windows Repair Tool

Many of you may have used our freeware FixWin Windows Repair Tool. Here is another tool that will help you repair your Windows installation should you ever feel the need to. Windows Repair Tool guides you at every step of the repair process. In 5 consecutive steps, it offers options to undertake tasks to repair your Windows computer.

Windows Repair Tool

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In Step 1, it suggests that do a proper power reset.

Next it suggests you scan your system for malware.

Then it suggests that you run the Check Disk utility.

In the next step if offers to run the System File Checker.

In the penultimate step it asks you to create a system restore point or create a registry backup, since the next step would involve making changes to your system.

Having done that, you click on the next tab to reach the final Repairs tab. The tool offers Basic, Advanced and Custom Mode. I recommend that you use the Custom Mode, so that you know, what changes you are making, exactly. Clicking on Open Repairs will open the repairs tool that will help you carry out the repairs.

The options include:

  • Reset Registry Permissions
  • Reset File Permissions
  • Register System Files
  • Repair WMI
  • Repair Windows Firewall
  • Repair Internet Explorer
  • Repair MDAC & MS Jet
  • Repair Hosts File
  • Remove Policies Set By Infections
  • Repair Icons
  • Repair Winsock & DNS Cache
  • Remove Temp Files
  • Repair Proxy Settings
  • Unhide Non System Files
  • Repair Windows Updates
  • And more.

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Select all or choose only the one’s you feel you need. What each option does, has been explained in the side window. Click Start – you may have to wait for a while for the tool to complete its job.

You can download the tool from here. It offers a free version as well as a paid version that offers more fixes/features.

Thanks for the heads up Timothy Tibbetts.

You may also want to check out our freeware FixWin Windows Repair tool that offers you instant fixes for many of the common Windows annoyances and problems.

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Anand Khanse is the Admin of TheWindowsClub.com, a 10-year Microsoft MVP Awardee in Windows (2006-16) & a Windows Insider MVP. Please read the entire post & the comments first, create a System Restore Point before making any changes to your system & be careful about any 3rd-party offers while installing freeware.

16 Comments

  1. ErnieK

    Another very handy tool to have in your tool-kit. I would suggest that folks watch the short video on the download page as it gives a wee bit more info on the program. Looks as though it couldwill be a Godsend after an infection.

    Keep up the good work Andy
    ErnieK

  2. Ian

    I’m not sure if F-Secure is creating a false error, but thought I’d better show the warning I received when I clicked on the above download link.

    Could somebody please double check for others.

    ****** Warning received ********
    http://www.tweaking.com/content/page/win

    This site is: Harmful

    You should avoid visiting this web site
    F-Secure has found evidence of harmful behaviour on this web site. To the best of our knowledge, it is not safe to visit this web site.
    ******************.

    Sorry if this is a false warning, but better safe than sorry!

  3. japp

    STOP! Traffic Light blocked this page.

    The page you are trying to access contains malware.

    Details:
    Web Page: http://www.tweaking.com/content/page/windows_repair_all_in_one.html

    Access from your browser has been blocked, pending your decision.

    As Ian I say: Sorry if this is a false warning, but better safe than sorry!

  4. Xaccell

    Trojan horse according to Virus Total:
    eSafe 7.0.17.0 2011.09.07 Win32.TrojanHorse

  5. Shane

    I am not sure why my site is being flagged. If any file comes up as a virus know that it is a false positive. The fix is to submit the file in question to your AV and they will scan, see it is clean and update their virus def’s.

    When only 1 AV on virus total shows a virus you know it is a false positive.
    http://www.virustotal.com/file-scan/report.html?id=f246014878a2c5c4b428f05adea3476b4ddad67dbf58a503932f8655bf9a116c-1315557262

  6. japp

    If I were you I would contact those who blocks your site saying it’s unsafe and I find it odd that you haven’t done so (as it seems).

    I’ve tested your url with online scanners and it comes out clean and so does the file (also with Avast and Ashampoo AntiMalware).

  7. japp

    If I were you I would contact those who blocks your site saying it’s unsafe and I find it odd that you haven’t done so (as it seems).

    I’ve tested your url with online scanners and it comes out clean and so does the file (also with Avast and Ashampoo AntiMalware).

  8. Bing

    japp you are a twat

  9. Shane

    I didnt say I didn’t already contact them. I was letting users know what to do so they can feel safe by submitting it to their AV themselves. 😉 I also run pcwintech.com and take a lot of pride in my work. I dont just leave my users hanging.

  10. Shane

    I didnt say I didn’t already contact them. I was letting users know what to do so they can feel safe by submitting it to their AV themselves. 😉 I also run pcwintech.com and take a lot of pride in my work. I dont just leave my users hanging.

  11. japp

    Nice and I hope it get resolved

  12. Sheri Kuykendall

    I get so confused. I do not mind paying for a good program to get rid of malware and fix systems but I am so confused as to which one to use. I see the FixWin Tool on this page and am wondering this is a good one or which is recommended. Please help…Thanks

  13. Sheri Kuykendall

    HI everyone,
    I need to know if I need to take my HP to the shop.. When starting up and during use my screen will start blinking to black and then finally to a solid white screen. Sometime the screen will be just fine then other times it will go in and out. Sometime even on start up the screen will stay black but I can hear the power starting. Also, it has been slow to start for a while. I have run FixWin and nothing. I would appreciate any advice I can get. Thanks

  14. Maybe your Windows is not booting or maybe there is some hardware issue. Showing it to a trusted technician might be a good idea.

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