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If this a new problem try doing a restore to a date previous date where it worked. vista 64 does have problem in that not all older programs work with it and if they do they have bugs that cause your type of problem. My transfer to vista 64 was racked with your type of frustrations, but I have worked through most of them and have learned to work around the others. Update often because microsoft and others know there are problems and they do want this system to work for everyone. New updates come when complaints are made. Complain!
Before starting anything, get some information. Do you know:
What the files are called?
Where the files should be located?
What backup media you have a backup of the files on?
If you know the answer to the third question, then you can skip
ahead. If you know which files need to be restored, but you don't know
which media you need to restore from, you can either browse for the
file, or use the Search Catalogs feature. To browse for the file:
Ensure that in the View by box, Resource is selected
Expand the server and resource where the files are located
Browse through the media, folders and files to find the files you want
Select the files and folders you wish to restore
To restore the files:
Ensure you have the files you wish to restore selected
If you wish to restore using a specific device, click Devices and choose the appropriate device
If you wish to restore the files to a different location, click File Redirection, click the Redirect file sets box
and choose where you want to restore to. If some of the files you wish
to restore may be in use, then it may be a good idea to redirect the
file set, then copy the files to the correct location
Click General. If you want to restore the files from the backup media, even if they have been updated, then select Restore over existing files
Click Run Now
If the correct media is not already in the drive, you will be prompted to insert it.
Hi, from the Desktop, (right, click) on the Taskbar, or press (CTRL+ALT+DEL) to open the Task Manager. Next in the (Tasks Man...) window, press the Services(tab), at the bottom of the window, click on the (Services...) button, the services open. Next scroll to find: SQL Server... and the InstallDriver Table...these will be services of interest to "Enable, and or "Start," also check the "Dependencies" of the services. Select "Apply and OK" once started. The next area you may want to check is the Computer Management, Type: (comp...) in the Start Search "window". Look in the Internet Info...Serv...(IIS)... "Providers category." "You may what to restart the computer, some services require ("rebooting") to "configurate" correctly." "If this helped, feedback is appreciated, thanks"