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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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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.
If the malware is reinfecting your system, you really only have 3 choices: System Restore, Factory Restore or reinstall.
For System Restore, boot your system to Safe Mode (press F8 repeatedly). Go to System Restore and choose a date when your system worked OK. Note: with System Restore, everything, including your documents and other files you saved on the hard drive, will roll back to that date.
Accessing Factory Restore (restores to the factory settings and will wipe out anything that you have installed or saved on your PC), is dependent on your hardware manufacturer. Boot your system and press F10, F11, Alt+F10, or Ctrl+F11 to access Factory Restore. Follow the prompts.
If still not resolved, you'll probably need to reinstall your operating system.
Windows 7 and Vista has a feature called System Restore that automatically backs up registry and system files whenever you install new software or drivers. This feature is useful when you install evil software that makes your computer run really slow. But don’t worry, System Restore won’t remove Windows Vista. Using System Restore in Windows
There are two places that you can use the system restore feature from. From within Windows, you can just type restore into the Start menu search box, and you’ll immediately see System Restore at the top of the start menu: now just follow it all Please rate our solutions and if you still have problems please call back for more ideas to help you
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you could use your system restore function to restore your computer to a date prior to when the passwords were placed on the computer. I believe f10 when booting will access the system restore menu on a dell. if not try f8