Requesting experts to show me the steps to restore the above mentioned system using windows XP professional. Thanks in advance
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To restore a system first you need to have a restore point created on earlier date. if you have an restore point then follow these steps
- Go to start menu
- go to all programs
- select accessories
- select system tools
- in system tools select system restore
- Now a window of system restore will be displayed giving you two options like
Restore computer to earlier date
create restore point
- select the first option and click on next
- then a calender will open so select the appropriate date and click on next
- the system restoration will start and your system reboots.
Note:- system restoration removes all the files and software that were created after the restore point so it is important to take the backup of these files
Instructions: 1. Log-on to the computer as an Administrator.2. Click "Start" and then point to "All Programs."From there, go to "Accessories > System Tools> System Restore."3. Click "Restore My Computer to an Earlier Time"and then "Next". 4. Click a recent System Restore point on the Calendar-style list that appears and then click"Next." This should be at least a day ago, but no more than a week ago as doing the restore will result in losing any programs that were installed between the time of the System Restore point and present time. 5. Click "OK" when prompted by System Restore.Then click "Next" again when asked by System Restore. The restore will now begin and maytake anywhere from a few minutes to an hour, depending on the speed of your computer and size of the restore point. 6. Log-on to the computer again as an Administrator after the computer has been restarted by the System Restore process. Click"OK" when the System Restore box appears and your computer will be restored to its former state.
You can restore your restore if you have made backup of your system earlier.
Open Control Panel. There is option to restore option, select the location where backup file is located and restore your system.
Goto control panel
Click on recovery then
you will get a new window
Select System restore.
Then click on next.
It will show you the list of dates for which you can revert your system back.
From the list of dates select one which you feel is good or from the point where you need to restore.
Click next to finish.
It will reboot your system automatically.
Open the control panel
Select the system restore option
Than you will be provided with different options rather different restoration points.
After you are done your system will restart automatically to save the changes.
follow these steps to restore your system in windows xp professional-
[ but remember to make a back up file before restoring.
because after restoring the system all the data will be deleted. ]
log on to your computer as administrator.
go to all programs from start button.
choose accessories option.
select system tools.
after then select system restore option.
now a window will open.
in the new window-
select Restore computer to earlier date & click on next.
a calender will appear so select the appropriate date and click on next.
the system restoration will start and your system reboots.
now you'll found that your computer have successfully restored the system.
you can restore your system easily .
STEPS ARE :
STEP -1 : click the start menu and select the all programs .
STEP - 2 : click the accessories and select the system tools.
STEP - 3 : click the system restore options
* RESTORE MY SYSTEM EARLIER TIME
* CREATE A RESTORE POINT
STEP - 4 : select the first options which means (RESTORE MY SYSTEM EARLIER TIME)
STEP - 5 : you can view the calendar available on the screen and select the only
one date . which date you want to restore .
STEP - 6 : click the restore button and wait few minutes and after that
system restarts automatically and open normally .
I hope the above information are useful to you and check it.
FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTINS TO RESTORE YOUR WINDOWS XP PROFESSIONALS.1. Boot the computer using the XP CD. You may need to changethe boot order in the system BIOS so the CD boots before the hard drive. Check your system documentation for steps to access the BIOS and change the boot order.2. When you see the " Welcome To Setup " screen, you will see the options belowTo setup Windows XP now, press ENTER.To repair a Windows XP installation using Recovery Console, press R.3. Press Enter to start the Windows Setup. do not choose " To repair a Windows XP installation using the Recovery Console, press R ", (you Do Not want to load Recovery Console) . I repeat, donot choose " To repair a Windows XP installation using the Recovery Console, press R ".4. Accept the License Agreement and Windows will search for existing Windows installations.5. Select the XP installation you want to repair from the list and press R to start the repair. If Repair is not one of the options, END setup. After the reboot read Warning#2!6. Setup will copy the necessary files to the hard drive and reboot. Do not press any key toboot from CD when the message appears. Setup will continue as if it were doing a clean install, but your applications and settings will remain intact.
The very easy step is just go to Start--->Accessories-->System Tools--->System restore.Just select an option which is suitable for you. click Ok.
you can also go to system restore through help and support.In search type "restore".Then you will find the same screen.
In system restore you can create restore points .if you think your system doesnt trouble,in that time you can create that restore point and that for future use.
Instructions: 1. Log-on to the computer as an Administrator.2. Click "Start" and then point to "All Programs."From there, go to "Accessories > System Tools> System Restore."3. Click "Restore My Computer to an Earlier Time"and then "Next". 4. Click a recent System Restore point on the Calendar-style list that appears and then click"Next." This should be at least a day ago, but no more than a week ago as doing the restore will result in losing any programs that were installed between the time of the System Restore point and present time. 5. Click "OK" when prompted by System Restore.Then click "Next" again when asked by System Restore. The restore will now begin and maytake anywhere from a few minutes to an hour, depending on the speed of your computer and size of the restore point. 6. Log-on to the computer again as an Administrator after the computer has been restarted by the System Restore process. Click"OK" when the System Restore box appears and your computer will be restored to its former state.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
To restore system in XP professional we have to follw these steps:-1.Click on Start then Programs2.Then select Accessories and then System Tools program group3.Now choose System Restore.4.Now restore my computer.5.Then click select 6.Now enter date on the calendar on left.7.Then enter restore point on the right.8.Then press next9.Also click Next 10.To begin the System Restore confirm restore point.11.Now it will now restore Windows XP 12.Now a the restoration Complete window opened.13.select OK.
Go to Start and right-click on My Computer and select Properties
Now the system properties dialog box will be shown
Click on Retsore Tab and Now mark Turn off System Restore on all devices
Finally click OK
Now Restart the Pc
You are done.
hi dear friend.......to restore your pc follow the Given procedure
first go to the start menu and click RUN
and type in the RUN as msconfig and press ENTER key
after that a window will be opened in that window choose the TOOLS TAB
now choose system restore option from the suggested list
and click the LAUNCH button from the bottom of the window
then click NEXT and select the restore to previous state option and click NEXT
then choose the DRIVE and that is default .......drive it is automatically chosen by the windows then click NEXT
and after click save settigns and run button
then after your process will begins .....
after the completion of process reboot your pc ............ALL THE BEST
follow this steps and find your solution...................
1.friest you go to the start menu
2.now open control panel
3.here open system option
4.now go to the system restore tab
5.here you select your drive which you want to restore
6.follow instructions and restore your drive.
i hope my information is usefull for you.......................
observe that actions and locate the resolution
Initially you visit the commence food list
now open control panel
right here open program alternative
now go somewhere reestablish hook
right here you decide on the travel which often you intend to reestablish
observe instructions along with restore your drive.
Hello my dear friend ----
Try to follow the below steps in order to Restore system on the windows XP
<> First thing you have to do is Choose to select the " Start "menu and click on the " My Computer "
<> There Right click on the " Properties " and you will find the Window having the Number of Tabs
<> On which select " System restore " Tab
<> Now you should try to clear to Select the "Turn Off the System restore " check box
Finally click on " OK " to make save changes
Or Else you can also follow the Another method as
<> Choose to select "Start " menu
<> Now click on the "All Programs " and click on the " Accessories "
<> There you will find the " System Tools "
<> Go to click on the "System Restore " and finally save changes
That is all
first of all go to the start menu
then click on all programs
then click on accessories
select system tool
then click on system restore
then a window will appear with two options
select the first one that is restore the computer on the earlier date
then click on next
then select the date
and click on next
then the restoration process start and the system reboots
now its done