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Re: Accessing SR on Vista
I moved back to XP a while a go, if you type "restore" into the start menu search box it will come up with system restore within the results.
I think its also hidden somewhere in the start menu - programs ...
Just did a fast google search on that, here's what I got
Close and save any documents that you may have open.
Click on the Start button to open your Start Menu.
When the Start Menu opens click on the All Programs menu option.
Click once on the Accessories Start Menu group.
Click once on the System Tools Start Menu group.
Click once on the System Restore icon. After you click on the icon, if a User Account Control window opens you should click on the Continue button.
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Thanks for the update.
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Try doing a System Restore and choose to restore the system to a date when in was working successfully last, or maybe just before then: Boot into Safe Mode, then go Start, All Programs, Accessories, System Tools, and then choose System Restore. Once the System Restore is complete, let the system boot normally and see what happens.
Start>Click on the start search box>type system restore and check on the top if any option like system restore is coming or not. if u see that right click on that option and click on run as adminstrator. it might ask for ur permission. Allow it.
Your hard drive is either crashed or corrupted. You might try checking the bios to see if the drive is showing up. If it is, you can try a repair or a reformat. You will need your restore disk(s).
Boot off the disk and follow the instructions.
Moving the laptop while it's accessing the hard drive or improperly shutting down the computer can corrupt the drive. If kids use it as well, it is a good idea to keep your backups current...you do back up, don't you?
Usually the operating system is on a separate partition especially for reinstallation when things go pearshape.
Some models used the SHIFT 0 when booting up to get to the windows installation. If you have deleted ALL partitions and reformatted then you have a real problem. Call DELL if you have not deleted partitions and find the specific s]sequence of accessing the partition for your model.