How to Create Windows 7 System Repair Disk

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    April 14th, 2014
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There are many Outlook users who want to view their emails on MS exchange server but they usually fail to do so. All the emails of MS Outlook are stored in a PST file, therefore, I will tell you the various techniques through which you can easily import PST to Exchange Server and view all Outlook emails in the exchange server.

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The technique is absolutely free where you don’t have to spend a single penny in order access MS Outlook emails in MS Exchange. The third-party tools are quite expensive and when you can execute the import process for free then why should you go for a third-party tool. Learn How To Repair Outlook PST Files???

Steps to Import PST to Exchange Server

  1. Log in to your account as an administrator in which all permissions are properly set. This is required to read the Exchange Mailboxes.
  2. On Exchange Server Manager, select the target database and go to its Properties.
  3. Now go to the Security tab. There you need to add the Exchange Recovery Administrators group.
  4. Make sure to allow this group for full access and control permissions on the database.
  5. On your Exchange Bin directory, copy the ExMerge setup file (ExMerge.exe) as well as ExMerge.ini file.
  6. Run ExMerge.exe on your system and click on Next to continue.
  7. On Procedure Selection dialog box, select Extract or Import (Two Step Procedure) and click on Next.
  8. On Two-Step Procedure dialog box, select Import data into an Exchange Server Mailbox and click on Next.
  9. Now enter your Exchange Server name on the Destination Server page.
  10. On the Import Procedure tab, choose any one option of them: Copy: To make duplicate copies of data if they already exist.
    Merge: To check for duplicate copies before copying the data again.
    Replace: To replace the duplicate data from the PST files.
  11. You can skip some folders by selecting only the desired ones from the Folders
  12. You can also choose messages on basis of a date range from the Dates tab.
  13. Now enter the server name. And then click on Next.
  14. In the Mailbox Selection option of Microsoft Exchange Mailbox Merge Wizard, choose the desired to be imported.
  15. Now choose the desired option from the Locale Selection and click on Next.
  16. Click on Browse and select the folder that contains your PST files. Click on Next. Note: If you want to save the setting into ExMerge.ini file for later use, you can choose the “Save Settings” option.
  17. Click on Next. Once the process is successfully completed, click on Finish.

Once the whole process completes, you can view the emails in the exchange server and finally, you have exported PST file to the Exchange server.

Note: To know about the errors which were encountered during the merging process, you can check the ExMerge.log and ExMerge-(Thread[n]).log files.

Note: If apparently anything goes wrong during the process, or your PST files get corrupted for any reason, you may try our effective PST File Recovery Tool to repair the PST file.

How to set the correct permissions? 

  • First, create a Windows Security Group.
  • Add your current Windows account to this Windows Security Group.

Note:  Make sure that your Windows account must be having all the Exchange administrator privileges along with the administrator permissions which are required for mailbox merging on the Exchange Server.

Conclusion

Now, you the steps to transfer emails of PST files to the Exchange server but you must follow all the steps carefully otherwise it can lead to error. If you are facing error during the import process then either you are skipping any step or your PST file is having some problem. If you are having any problem with the PST file then you can try the professional software for repairing it. I hope now you can execute the import process.

Recommended if you have got corrupted PST file, Use SysInfo PST Repair Tool

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The technique is absolutely free where you don’t have to spend a single penny in order access MS Outlook emails in MS Exchange. The third-party tools are quite expensive and when you can execute the import process for free then why should you go for a third-party tool. Learn How To Repair Outlook PST Files???

Steps to Import PST to Exchange Server

  1. Log in to your account as an administrator in which all permissions are properly set. This is required to read the Exchange Mailboxes.
  2. On Exchange Server Manager, select the target database and go to its Properties.
  3. Now go to the Security tab. There you need to add the Exchange Recovery Administrators group.
  4. Make sure to allow this group for full access and control permissions on the database.
  5. On your Exchange Bin directory, copy the ExMerge setup file (ExMerge.exe) as well as ExMerge.ini file.
  6. Run ExMerge.exe on your system and click on Next to continue.
  7. On Procedure Selection dialog box, select Extract or Import (Two Step Procedure) and click on Next.
  8. On Two-Step Procedure dialog box, select Import data into an Exchange Server Mailbox and click on Next.
  9. Now enter your Exchange Server name on the Destination Server page.
  10. On the Import Procedure tab, choose any one option of them: Copy: To make duplicate copies of data if they already exist.
    Merge: To check for duplicate copies before copying the data again.
    Replace: To replace the duplicate data from the PST files.
  11. You can skip some folders by selecting only the desired ones from the Folders
  12. You can also choose messages on basis of a date range from the Dates tab.
  13. Now enter the server name. And then click on Next.
  14. In the Mailbox Selection option of Microsoft Exchange Mailbox Merge Wizard, choose the desired to be imported.
  15. Now choose the desired option from the Locale Selection and click on Next.
  16. Click on Browse and select the folder that contains your PST files. Click on Next. Note: If you want to save the setting into ExMerge.ini file for later use, you can choose the “Save Settings” option.
  17. Click on Next. Once the process is successfully completed, click on Finish.

Once the whole process completes, you can view the emails in the exchange server and finally, you have exported PST file to the Exchange server.

Note: To know about the errors which were encountered during the merging process, you can check the ExMerge.log and ExMerge-(Thread[n]).log files.

Note: If apparently anything goes wrong during the process, or your PST files get corrupted for any reason, you may try our effective PST File Recovery Tool to repair the PST file.

How to set the correct permissions? 

  • First, create a Windows Security Group.
  • Add your current Windows account to this Windows Security Group.

Note:  Make sure that your Windows account must be having all the Exchange administrator privileges along with the administrator permissions which are required for mailbox merging on the Exchange Server.

Conclusion

Now, you the steps to transfer emails of PST files to the Exchange server but you must follow all the steps carefully otherwise it can lead to error. If you are facing error during the import process then either you are skipping any step or your PST file is having some problem. If you are having any problem with the PST file then you can try the professional software for repairing it. I hope now you can execute the import process.

Recommended if you have got corrupted PST file, Use SysInfo PST Repair Tool

If you have just switched to Windows 7 from an earlier version, you must create Windows 7 system repair disk. A system repair disc helps you to access the system recovery options in Windows 7. The System Recovery Options are a set of diagnostic and repair tools, such as Startup Repair, System Restore, System Image Recovery, Windows Memory Diagnostic and Command Prompt. To create a windows 7 system repair disc, you need an optical drive that supports disc burning. The process of creating a system repair disc does not take enough time. The task can be performed within just 5-6 minutes.

Follow these steps to create a Windows 7 System Repair Disk: 

  1. Go to Start > All Programs > Maintenance.
  2. Click on the Create a system repair disc short cut. Tip: To directly go to the 3rd step, you can also use an alternative option to go to the Create a system repair disc from the Run box or a Command Prompt window.
  3. Now select a CD/DVD drive and insert a blank disc into the drive.

    Note: Make the sure the empty CD should be large enough to create a System Repair Disc.

  4. Click on the Create disc button.

    Note: As you are using Windows 7, no other disc burning software is required to create the System Repair Disc on the new blank disc.

  5. Wait for the successful creation of System Repair Disc. Once it is completed, you will get a dialog box that can be closed by clicking on the Close button.
  6. Now click on the OK button to go back to the original window of Create a system repair disc.
  7. Name the disc and make sure you keep it at a safe place.

You can also create a Windows 7 system repair disc in this way: 

  1. Go to Start > Control Panel >Backup and Restore.
  2. In the left-hand side panel, click on Create a system repair disc, and then follow the steps given there. It may ask you to provide an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide the confirmation.

Note: This task cannot be performed if there is no disc inside the drive.

How to use the Windows 7 System Repair Disk

  1. You need to insert the System Repair Disc into your drive.
  2. Now restart your computer system by using its power button.
  3. If you will be asked to press any key to start the computer from the system repair disc, do it.
  4. Now choose your language settings, and then click on Next.
  5. Select a recovery option, and then click on Next.

Note: If your computer isn’t configured to start from a CD or DVD, check the information that came with your computer. You might need to change your computer’s BIOS settings.

How to Change System BIOS Settings?

  • First, you have to Restart your computer.
  • As soon as the PC begins to start hold F2 + Delete
  • The Setup screen will appear in front of you and the BIOS Setting opens.
  • Here you can change the BIOS settings and BIOS order.
  • You can also create a BIOS password.
  • Change the Date and Time according to your requirement.
  • You can even manipulate fan speed and voltage.
  • Once you are done with everything go to Save and Exit option and close the BIOS Setup.

Conclusion

Well, you know how to create a Windows 7 System Repair disk. I have told you the various techniques for developing System Repair Disk in Windows 7 and therefore it is up to you to choose the best method. All the methods perform the same task but their procedure is different and you can apply them on the system according to your convenience. I hope you liked this blog and learned the methods of developing the System Repair disk option.

You can restore Windows 7 data file without using repair disk with SysInfoTools Windows Data Recovery Software.

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