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I want to restore my computer to an earlier date

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Just turn off your computer and restart in Dos mode
at c:\ prompt type scanreg /restore
Select the date from the list to restore
Press Enter

Posted on Oct 05, 2009

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    If you do not have a valid registry backup, it won't work

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