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Full System REestore

Am trying to fully restore my system but i havent got the disk to do it. Is there another way? Please help as i am gettin error messages and i can hardly do anything on there. NOONE ADVISE A COMPUTER SHOP AS LOW ON FUNDS SO NEED TO DO IT MYSELF THANKS!!!!!

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If your using XP... You can access system restore from Start,All Programs,Accessories,System Tools - System restore. This only takes your pc registry back to a previous state. If it is enabled!

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