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My computer went down after a few short power outages, now all my data is gone, my monitor, printer and audio do not work!how do i get these item back on my system? i have windows xp home edition.

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    Does the system power up and boot up?



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Following up to my last question, assuming that your system DOES turn on and boot up, try this:
Click Start
Click Help and Support
Under Pick a Task, click System Restore.

Choose to the Restore uption and then the last date a system restore was done (it will be in bold numbers) and follow the prompts to finish using the next button. This can be undone if it doesn't work by following the same steps again as the computer automatically set a System Restore Point whenever this procedure is done.

Good luck!

Posted on Feb 03, 2008


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