Sunday, December 11, 2011

How to Create a Restore Point In Windows XP

          System Restore is a facility to create a restoration point where if you made changes to Windows no matter how small will be recorded by the system. Then if there are errors in these changes, we can restore the state as before by calling the points that have been made earlier restorations. For example, today if you make a restoration point, and a week later your PC have a virus, then you can restore the PC as of today with restoration points you have made today. This feature is present in all versions of Windows XP and Vista, but in reality there are still our friends who have never wear it.

Let us try to create a Restore Point now:
1. Go to System Restore from the menu
Start> All Programs> Accessories> System Tools> System Restore.

2. Then choose the "Create A Restore Point 'and click next

 3. Give the name of the restore point description box. For example "Normal Computer" and then click create

4. Close and Finish. Restore points are finished and ready for use sometime in the future
After a Restore Point is created, if there is damage we can restore it. Well, now how to restore the PC such as when creating a Restore Point? Here's how:
1. Go back to System Restore
2. This time select "Restore my PC to an Earlier time"

3. On the calendar, choose a bold blue dates so that your PC is returned (restored) to date. That is your Restore Point. Select the desired restore point a name and continue with the next

4. Click next again and the process will run. Your PC will restart, and then returned as when you create a restore point is.

Be careful in making a Restore Point. Keep on making your PC absolutely free of viruses and friends. Very good if you make it when the new Windows installed. Of course, with its supporting hardware configuration and drivers first. If your PC is infected with the virus when the Restore Point is created, we can be sure when you return the virus to fester again. Therefore always do backups regularly and update your antivirus.

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