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When trying to back date my computer through system restore, it will only let me go back 4 days. I want to go back 2 weeks. what's happening ?

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Odds are you don't have a system restore point that is 2 weeks old.
System restore works based on the amount of memory you set aside for it. It continually erases former restore points to make room for new ones.

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How can i recovery my system?


Sometimes your computer may experience problems and performance issues, which could interfere with common tasks. However, there is no need to worry because this can all be remedied by restoring your computer to an older date. Restoring your computer will allow it to go back to a previous setting before the date that you experienced the problems at. It is possible to restore your computer from points that are a day old to points that are even a few months old.
1.Click "Start" from your desktop. Open your "Control Panel." Click on "System." This will be near the bottom of the control panel and deals with the security, protection and performance of your computer.
2.Click "System Protection" under the Task menu. The task menu is on the upper left-hand corner of the window.
3.Click "System Restore" on the new window. Choose the recommended restore date, or choose a different date. "Click choose a different restore point." Click "Next" to change the restore point. Choose one of the last five dates shown, or click "Show points older than 5 days."
4.Click "Finish." Your computer will now automatically restart and apply the changes.
I hope you find it very helpful. Thanks.

Sep 05, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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I need to restore my vista to factory setting as I have a virus on my computer so I am using my laptop to try and find out how to complete this procedure ;please could you help me . regards Jackie


System restore is a tool that allows you to take settings for windows back a few days or even weeks to a time when your computer worked better. This has worked to fix problems when antivirus tools couldn't fix a problem.
To use system restore click the START BUTTON, choose ALL PROGRAMS.
Click the ACCESSORIES folder, and choose SYSTEM TOOLS.
Choose SYSTEM RESTORE, after a brief delay as settings are checked you will be given the option to revert your computer to a date when it worked better.
Once you've selected the date when you're sure it worked better system restore will adjust settings, reboot the computer, and adjust settings again on startup. The process takes about 30 minutes.
If you have selected a date that's not far enough back you can repeat this process with an earlier date.

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Digitizer Pro Exception Access Violation Exception code c0000005, Exception flags 0, Exception address 01697E72, Number Parameters 2,Start up Address 004011A0, offset 01296CD2, Digitizer pro was running...


Hello,

Turn on your PC in safe mode by Pressing F8 on the keyboard immediately the PC is turned on or at start up.

A booting option will come up, choose safe mode and press enter on your key board.

Wait a while for it to boot up. After booting perform system restore.

System restore helps to back date your system to the time when the Digitizer pro was working perfectly. YOu can back date the system to like 1 week ago.

Follow below procedures to perform the system restore;
  • Start => All Programs => Accessories => System Tools => and click the System Restore. System restore will run and here you should see the Welcome System Restore page appear. Click Restore my computer button to an early time if it's not already selected. Click next to continue the steps.
  • There is on your laptop screen a Restore Point page appear, you can select it and then click the most recent system checkpoint it, click a restore point list. After you click the Next button, System Restore message may appear that lists configuration changes that System Restore will create. Click OK.
Your computer will be restarted after the restore and that would be all.

Try the Digitizer pro again, after the system restore is complete.

Good luck.

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Can't access internet wireles router says connected hp is a vista


If Nothing else changed in the last 2 weeks, such as a new router, or other hardware changes, AND it just started happening, I suggest you do a "system restore" to a date BEFORE the problem started.
This should correct the problem, and if you did any updates or other software installations, you will need to re install them.

Finally, one option prior to system restoring is to turn off the wireless router (unplug it) and then wait a minute. Plug back in. Then turn on your computer. You can try this first if you haven't already..
Good luck..

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try to perform system restore. restore the computer back to the date where you are not encountering this spyware. click start menu - all programs - accessories - system tools - system restore. thanks!

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Aspire one notebook wireless connetion there one day gone the next! have updated atheros drivers to no avail. just wont connect, gives me the WZC service error msg


Hi
Thank you for your query

Please try the folowing

Hi

Thank you for your query

The error message indicates that you have corrupted system files

Please try the following

1) Start Laptop
2) Continuously press the F8 key until a startup menu is repsented
3) Choose safe mode from the menu
4) Once safe mode has loaded up click on Start>Programs>Accesories>System Tools>System Restore
5) From system restore choose 'restore my computer to an earlier time'
6) From the calender presented please select a date in bold lettering back a few weeks before this fault was seen
7) Choose the date and click next..............follow the instructions through

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When trying to back date my computer through system restore, it will only let me go back 4 days. I want to go back 2 weeks. what's happening ?


Hai,

This happens when the restore point was successfull created or it could be a problem with missing files in restore point, however you can restore the computer upto 14 days back, it could not restore if you trying to restore more that 14 days.

It's purely corruption of the restore point files, however let us try to restore the computer using safe mode options.
Restart the computer and keepon tapping F8 key and you will see advanced boot options, please select safe mode and press enter, from safe mode try to restore you computer.

This should fix the issue.

Feb 03, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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My explorer.exe suddenly malfuntion. my deskstop is empty


a virus may have done sum damage to your pc as the drivers are the guts of the pc, try restoring ur computer to a earlier date as this will take you back a few days ,weeks, or months so u can have all ur drivers back, this will erase any data that wasnt put there unless it was saved on a restore day so back up any files you need to make sure you still have them, then go to system tools and you should see system restore and use it to go back to a earlier date.

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Problem with computer.need to put everything to factory settings. i have windows xp


If you want to put everything to factory settings, then just restore Windows XP to the installation date or the date of purchase of your Computer.To restore the computer follow these steps. Navigate to
1.) Start--> All Programs---> Accessories--> System Tools ----> System Restore. 2) Open System Restore tool and then move back to the initial installation of your Operating System. Click the "Back" on the calender displayed. 3) When the installation month is displayed you can see some bold or highlighted dates. 4) Click any highlighted Day and then Press "Next" . Now the System Restore will be performed and the system restarts. 5) After the system restart you will be notified of a successful restoration completed. In the above way you can put the factory settings of the operating system.

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1) Try to run system restore from start > All Programes > PC help and tools > Recovery Manager
Click on the advance options >
System Restore / restore your computer into earlier point in time ...
Try to select the date that older that a week or 2, then click on finish

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