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Windows installer how do I run system recover in XP media center edition 2002 ? when i try to download windows update i get this Please change your Internet Explorer security settings To save changes to your settings for this website, you need to enable userdata persistence for Internet Explorer. Complete the steps below, and then click Change settings to the left and try saving your changes again. In Internet Explorer, on the Tools menu, click Internet Options. Click the Security tab, click the Internet security zone icon, and then click Custom Level. In the Settings dialog box, scroll to the Miscellaneous section. Under Userdata persistence , select Enable. Click OK and when the security warning dialog box appears, click Yes. I've done all this but my security settings do not change

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To get to the system restore (if that's what you are asking for?), go to Control Panel - Performance and Maintenance - and System Restore will likely show in the top sidebar to the left. If this is a new problem, likely restoring to an earlier date could correct it. In the alternative, perhaps you need to update Internet Explorer before attempting any further O/S updates. Additionally, I would suggest a full system backup so you aren't completely unprotected if something major fails. Thanks for rating FixYa!

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