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It seems the computer did a system restore all by itself.

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Computers generally don't "restore" by themselves. Are you talking about "restore" or "recovery"? "Recovery" takes a key press during startup. Maybe you accidentally pressed a function key during startup? "Restore" takes several keystrokes and must be accessed thru the "Help & Support" menu. Unlikely you did that by accident.

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Figure 2
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