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Monday, August 29, 2011

System Restore

system restore in windows according to very useful. maybe not my windows are often problematic, but may make your windows. mostly caused by viruses that are not artificial persons responsible or the people who have enough to do. causing our windows system is very chaotic. old solution, maybe we'll re-install our windows system. but now you try this new solution. that is by restoring your system back to a previous state of good. how? following way.

1. open run (Windows + R)
2. typing restore
3. will appear the windows explorer. and look and run for files with names rstrui.exe
4. choose restore my conputer to an earlier time. click next
5. select the date that you think is the time where your system is very good. Now that your system can restore to that time. click next
6. and wait for the process of restoring
7. after your computer will restart and your system has been completed on a restore.

thank :)

need to know! 
System Restore is a component of Microsoft's Windows Me, Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7, but not Windows 2000, operating systems that allows for the rolling back of system files, registry keys, installed programs, etc., to a previous state in the event of system malfunction or failure.

The Windows Server operating system family does not include System Restore. The System Restore built into Windows XP can be installed on a Windows Server 2003 machine, although this is not supported by Microsoft.

In Windows Vista and later versions, System Restore has an improved interface and is based on Shadow Copy technology. In prior Windows versions it was based on a file filter that watched changes for a certain set of file extensions, and then copied files before they were overwritten. Shadow Copy has the advantage that block-level changes in files located in any directory on the volume can be monitored and backed up regardless of their location.

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