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How to get PC back normal in regular mode after System Restore failure?

System Restore failed Restart brought Preparing Desktop on screen for long time, then unfamiliar wallpaper/screensaver. Missing lots of content. When restarted in Safe Mode all content seems to be intact. H E L P !

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What is the configuration to your system. At least 1.9Ghz CPU, at least 1 GB memory and at about 25GB hard disc space is necessary to run Win-7 flawless. Otherwise, the system will hang after loading O/S, when it restarts. Gopakumar Gopalan Google If your system has these configurations, re-load the O/S and check.

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