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I have a Dell Inspiron B130 laptop....I've accidently removed windows system components through add/remove in control panel. I can't restore to an earlier date. When I try to add the components back it asks for files on the installation cd. I've copied the file name exactly as it appears and opened the pathway to the installation cd. No success and restoration of the components is canceled. What next?

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  • jtspecialtie Jul 16, 2009

    Im not sure which components were removed but I'm assuming that that is where I lost the ability to restore to a earlier time. I was trying to uninstall then reinstall the fax components but I may have overlooked other checked boxes? The operating system and drivers were factory installed by Dell. I have the OS reinstallation cd as well as the drivers and utilities cd. Thanks for responding.....I appreciate your help, JT

  • jtspecialtie Jul 16, 2009

    I've tried to guess which components could have been affected. Accessories and utilities is the first one that I tried.I remember seeing quite a few components checked and I thought I unchecked all but the fax services. Now the fax components is the only one checked although many selections show a file size above 0MB.

  • jtspecialtie Sep 28, 2009

    Thanks for responding Preeth.......I've tried the system restore and am unable to restore to a earlier time. My problem is more involved and I suspect that I have deleted important windows components. If I can't reinstall I will have to wipe and reload. Not what I want to do.....but I seem to be out of options. Have a great day...

  • Douglessd
    Douglessd May 11, 2010

    What components are your trying to reinstall? How was the machine originally installed? i) Installed by Dell ii) imaged by your company iii) installed from CD iv) Other :)

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Hi
the procedure you followed was right
now you just go through these steps

  1. Step 1 Click the "Start" button.
  2. Step 2 Click on "Help and Support". There's a blue circle with a question mark in it next to the name.
  3. Step 3 Click on "Undo changes to your computer with "System Restore".
  4. Step 4 You will get a dialog box that offers you three choices that you choose by clicking on the option button:
    Restore my computer to an earlier time (this is the one that you want.

    You also have the choice of creating a restore point, or undo my last restoration.

    Click on "Restore my computer to an earlier time". Then click "Next" at the bottom of the dialog box.
  5. Step 5 You will be supplied with a cal ender, from which to choose a previous date to restore to. I always choose the last date that my computer was still running properly.
  6. Step 6 You will see a warning page telling to shut down any open programs. The messages also assure you that you won't lose any information, and that the restore is completely reversible. Windows will shut down your computer, and start it back up with the settings that were in effect on the date and time that you restored to.
some other use ful applications are found in----
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Posted on Sep 23, 2009

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    PRETZ SOLN Sep 23, 2009

    hi

    here is some stpes for you to restore





    1. Step 1
      Click the "Start" button.


    2. Step 2
      Click on "Help and Support". There's a blue circle with a question mark in it next to the name.


    3. Step 3
      Click on "Undo changes to your computer with "System Restore".


    4. Step 4
      You will get a dialog box that offers you three choices that you choose by clicking on the option button:
      Restore my computer to an earlier time (this is the one that you want.

      You also have the choice of creating a restore point, or undo my last restoration.

      Click on "Restore my computer to an earlier time". Then click "Next" at the bottom of the dialog box.


    5. Step 5
      You will be supplied with a cal ender, from which to choose a previous date to restore to. I always choose the last date that my computer was still running properly.


    6. Step 6
      You will see a warning page telling to shut down any open programs. The messages also assure you that you won't lose any information, and that the restore is completely reversible. Windows will shut down your computer, and start it back up with the settings that were in effect on the date and time that you restored to.

    hope you do

    please rate me



    thank you

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