Is it possible to repair Windows 7 without the disk?
This PC hasn't been scanned for a while. Last time the PC was on, it was scanned using Avast Free Antivirus. It detected some corrupt zip files, worms, etc in the Windows folder. I chose to delete them all. At 50% through the process, I decided to manually restart it by pressing the power button. As it came back on, Windows Repair ran.
Is the repair provided different from the repair the CD provides?