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Re: Vista restore from Backup
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If this is, in fact, a settings issue, I would recommend going back to a restore point that predates this behavior. For Windows 7, open your control panel and select "Recovery". Then click on "Open System Restore". XP and Vista have similar restore features. Just be sure to select a date prior to this behavior. System Restore "restores" your system registry back to whatever date you choose. This means any operating system settings you have changed will be "unchanged". If the restore back to the date you chose doesn't fix it, you can put it back by performing the restore again and choosing a recent date.
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This may vary, depending on the software you use, but if it's Vista backup and restore, follow the steps below:
Open Backup and Restore Center by clicking the 'Start' button, clicking 'Control Panel', clicking 'System and Maintenance', and then clicking 'Backup and Restore Center'.
Click 'Back up files', and then follow the steps in the wizard (during this process, you will be given an option to select the destination for your backup - Browse for the WD drive in my computer and select it). You will also be given the option to select which files you would like to backup - You can either select everything or you can select specific folders (an option for browsing will be available), you may want backed up. If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.
Hi, Double Driver allows you to backup your drivers and select the driver you want backed up. When you get ready to restore, remember in Windows Vista or Windows 7, simply right click on Double Driver and 'run as the administrator'Double Driver allows you to backup your drivers and select the driver you want backed up. When you get ready to restore, remember in Windows Vista or Windows 7, simply right click on Double Driver and 'run as the administrator'
There are a couple of things going on here.
First, and most important, Qb 2005 was not designed to run on Vista. Vista was barley even in the planning stages when 2005 was programmed. Vista will probably run it, but in a compatability mode ( pretending to be an older version of Windows), but updating the program will be nightmarish at best because the updates are pointing to files that are either 1) no longer used by Windows or 2) the versions and functionality of the files has changed.
My best advice- restore the backup on an XP box, or get a later version of QuickBooks that will run on Vista.
No, windows backup will only restore your data, for example My documents, Desktop, User settings, and Outlook data. To restore the system you will need a windows install disk, or if your computer has a restore partition(like many dell, packard bell etc.), you can use the restore windows utility from partition.