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Windows Vista Fixing System Problems How To: One of the most usefully and invaluable feature of Windows Vista is the System Restore tool, which will makes it possible for you to undo whatever changes or mistakes you or newly installed programs have made to your Windows Vista computer system.
Windows Vista will periodically and also whenever you make changes to the Vista system, Windows Vista records all the system information. So that if you've made some changes to the Vista system, but the effect isn't what you wanted. You can have Windows Vista revert to the previous settings your system had before the changes. This will save you hours of hard work trying to fix the problem. Maybe even save you from having to take your computer to the Pc repair shop.
Windows Vista Fixing System Problems How To!
By Raymond Garcia
Restore Your Windows Vista Computer System How To:
1. Close all running programs, and make sure that no one else is logged on to the Windows Vista computer.
2. Click on the Start button, type restore in the Search box of the Start menu, and click System Restore to start the System Restore Wizard in Windows Vista. Remember to come back to WebTechGeek.com for more How to tips!
3. Now specify how you want to restore the settings in Windows Vista: See Figure 1.
* Recommended Restore to undo only the last change.
* Choose A Different Restore Point to select a previous Restore point
4. Click Next. If you chose Recommended Restore, click Finish.
5. If you chose a different Restore point, select it, click Next, and then click Finish.
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Note: A Restore point contains a record of the Vista system settings when the Restore point was created, and you can use the Restore point to restore the Windows Vista system settings to the way they were then. Restore points are created automatically, but you can create your own Restore points and can modify which hard disks use the System Restore tool. To do so, open the Control Panel, and, in the System And Maintenance section, click System, and then click System Protection in the Tasks list. Remember to come back to WebTechGeek.com for more How to tips!
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