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Restoring a registry point?

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Help! Everything I find says to do this:

Restoring a Restore Point:

1. Got into the Start Menu and All Programs
2. Goto Accessories
3. Goto System Tools
4. Left click on System Restore
5. System Restore Will Open
6. Select Restore My Computer to an Earlier Timeand click Next
7. Click on your saved restore point and click Next
8. Read the warnings, close all windows as it asks and then click Next
9. The Restore Process will start and your system will reboot

BUT I DON"T HAVE SYSTEM RESTORE in my System Tools folder. What can I do?
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This feature does not exist in windows 98

Why do you need an earlier registry point?
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