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System restore first appeared in windows me, and it gives you the opportunity to return your pc to a state in which it was working in a satisfactory manner,
Therefore undoing things that may have caused problems.

Step 1: USING SYSTEM CHECK POINTS

First go to the start menu, and then chose all programs, accessories, ad finally system restore

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## Restore the restore&. ##
## If you perform a restore ##
## And are not happy with ##
## The results, you can ##
## Always revert back to the ##
## Stage from which you ##
## Preformed the restore! ##
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my computer has an error and wont even turn on, how do i fix i.
I would suggest that you don't trust System restore blindly, since I've experience that when I really needed it, it did a &quot;Computer says no&quot;.<br /> <br /> I recommend also using a free partition backup utility like one of these:<br /> <br /> http://download.cnet.com/Macrium-Reflect-Free/3000-2242_4-10845728.html<br /> http://download.cnet.com/Paragon-Backup-Recovery-Free-Edition-32-bit/3000-2242_4-10972187.html<br />
This was such a blessing to me once. MacAfee did an auto-update, and deleted all of my songs/photos/documents. I almost cried. :(

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