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  • Category: Windows 7 Features

    What is Last Known Good Configuration in windows Xp, Vista and 7.




    Hi,

    I would request you to please let me know, what does it means by 'Last Known Good Configuration in windows Xp, Vista and 7'.

    Thanks
    Gaurav Jetly
  • #9441
    Hi Gaurav,

    Last Known Good Configuration is a Windows startup option that uses the most recent system settings that worked correctly.

    It is used when you have trouble booting to desktop screen, For Example : Blue Screen or Black screen when the computer Starts.

    This is the first step of troubleshooting in windows when you cannot start the windows normally

    For More information on Last known Good Configuration. Check this link

    http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/Using-Last-Known-Good-Configuration


    Regards
    Syed Ali

  • #9498
    Hi,
    You can start up your windows by using last known good configuration from the advanced boot option menu. It is simple but little different when comes to the operating system.

  • #9565
    Thanks syed Ali and bharath for your information. Earlier I have no idea about goog configuration. Any way thanks for the information
    Regards
    SULTHAN


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