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Old 06-25-2006, 02:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Once everything has been succesfully installed and everything is working fine and beautifully...you should create a restore point so if u f**k up your computer you can always restore your old settings...here is how you do it:

1. Close all your programs and click ''start'', then click ''help and support center''

2. Where it says pick a task click ''undo changes to your computer with system restore''

3. Either restore your computer with the ''restore to an earlier point''option or create a restore point with ''create a restore point''
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what was the point of this
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Old 06-25-2006, 03:24 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I don't see a "start" button... Where is it?
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help and support? oh i have disabled to speed up my computer.
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I don't see a "start" button... Where is it?

bottom left of screen
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I still dont see a start button.

Where is it?
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i never said it was a button........
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I hate system restore. Good for some. Not me, it just annoys me. You have fun with it though.
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i still dont get the point of this...
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I think the point of this thread is for some people who use it, system restore can save a lot of work... I think this is a post of prersonal tragady talking so...

Thanks for reminding some people who use it that it is there...

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