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You can try entering safe mod and then system restore

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1.Acquire the backup disk required to perform the function restoration
Observe the back disk for damages either as scratches or dirt particles. Any oberavable dirt particles would require cleaning with disk device cleaner kit acquirable at retail.
2. Acquire time to accomplish the task activity. Restoration process takes time to intitate, thereafter requiring time for the computer system to install known as restoration.

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1.The disk software is places into the computer DVD/R driver.
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2. power off completely the computer soon after inserting backup restore disk in driver and closing firmly.
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How much hard disk space does System Restore require?
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How long are restore points saved?
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