Windows 7 Advanced Training Manual in PDF Here
Correct way to disable indexing in Windows 7 for SSD’s PDF here
How to create a System Repair Disk for Windows 7: http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/5409/create-a-system-repair-disc-in-windows-7/ and http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/What-are-the-system-recovery-options-in-Windows-7
There are times when you need to completely reinstall Windows 7. What do you do if your computer didn’t come with a Windows installation disc? Or maybe you have a recovery disc but don’t want all the bloatware that came with the computer. The answer is to download a new, clean copy of Windows 7. Yes, you can do it legally!
There are three versions of Windows 7 available: Home, Professional and Ultimate. Each comes in either 32- or 64-bit.
Make sure you download the same version you have on your computer. You’ll find the version, along with the product key, on your Windows license sticker or in the System control panel but you may need the real product key and you can get that by running the Belarc Advisor and checking for key under the heading “Manage your software licenses”.
Remember, you must have a full or OEM product key for your Windows license in order to legally install Windows. The product key from a Windows 7 upgrade disc will not work.
Once you have the Windows 7 ISO, burn it to a DVD or a USB drive. Then reinstall as you normally would, or try a non-destructive reinstall. (Thanks to Richard D.)
Cost: FreeHome Premium 32-bit
Home Premium 64-bit
Windows 7 in ISO format for download and burning to DVD, these are large 2-3GB files.
Quick keyboard shortcut to shut down Win 7, press one at a time
Windows key, Right arrow, Enter
Get your copy of DataRam RAMDisk software here.