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Use System Restore to Undo Changes if Problems Occur
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System Restore

Every time you download or install a new game,
application, or software update, you make changes
to your computer. Sometimes that change may make
your system unstable. Have you ever
wanted to go back to the way it was? With System

you can open system restore, choose a restore point,
and return your computer to its previous stable state.


When you run System Restore,
a calendar is displayed to help you find restore
points. If you don't use your computer every day,
some days might not have any restore points. If you use
your computer frequently, you might have restore points
almost every day, and some days might
have several restore points.

If you have a problem in Windows system

You can simply re Windows XP
Condition that it was before in the history of this
Problem by using feature
System Restore to return to the begun widespread
As your
At an earlier date to fix those programs
If those steps are followed carefully the explanatory pictures: --


1-Click Start.

2-Point to All Programs.


3-Point to Accessories.


4-Point to System Tools.


5-Click System Restore.


6-Follow the instructions on the wizard

You will note the presence of more than history
Was chosen the best date of Windows
Are working efficiently and, of course,
Will be the day before
Date install programs
Caused the problem ...

Click Next


Now Windows will restore the system to date set
Back to you as Windows without any problems ...




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