Click Start>All Programs>Recovery Manager.
Select Recovery Manager. This will open Recovery Manager.
Click Advanced Options. If you are using a laptop and operating on battery power alone you must connect to an AC power outlet before you can go to the next step.
Select Recovery disc creation. Click Next. The Recovery Manager will begin creating the necessary files. This may take a while, so be patient until the bar has reached 100%.
Read the table of requirements that appears. Depending on the type of discs you use, more or less may be needed; if you use ordinary CDs, Recovery Manager will require more compared to fewer discs if DVDs are used.
Insert your first blank disc, having made sure it is fully labeled, such as "Recovery Disc 01" or "Recovery Disc 1 of 2". The optical drive of your computer will have automatically opened. If not, open manually. Close the optical drive and click Next.
Understand and confirm you want to go through with the operation using the type of disc you have inserted by clicking Next.
Wait while Recovery Manager now creates the first disc. This may take 20-40 minutes as it collects the files, writes the files and verifies the files to disc.
Remove the disc and insert the next after the first has been finished after clicking Next. Continue the creation of discs according to the necessary requirements, up until the last has finished creating files.
Click Next after removing the disc and then Finish to complete the session. Congratulations! You have just made yourself a set of recovery discs.
Use the recovery discs to recover your computer in case of system instability or failure.