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Friday, May 14, 2010

Reboot System Restore

Reboot System Restore
If System Restore is failing to restore your system, starting fresh may be your best option. At least future restore points will work.

It's also a good idea after cleaning up malware. Otherwise, you might accidentally reinfect your PC by restoring the wrong point.

NOTE; CORRECTION FROM G. sent this morning:
For XP it should say To refresh System Restore in XP, click Start, then run, type "sysdm.cpl", and press ENTER.
Here is what PC WORLD published with the correct text
< http://www.pcworld.com/article/194874/reboot_system_restore.html >



To refresh System Restore in XP, click Start, then run, type , and press . Click the System Restore tab. Check Turn off System Restore and click Apply, then Yes. After the long wait is over and you can access that dialog box again, uncheck Turn off System Restore and click OK.
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In Vista, click Start, type , and press . Click the System Protection tab. Uncheck all available disks, and confirm that you want to Turn System Restore Off. Click Apply. After waiting, recheck the box next to C:, and then click Apply again.

For Windows 7, click Start, type , and press . Click the System Protection tab. Select your C: drive and click the Configure button. Select Turn off system protection and click Apply. After Windows finishes processing this command, select Restore system settings and previous versions of files and click OK.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This article is FUBAR

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