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Resetting my laptop


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gauguin59

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Hi Guys,

Where on my acer laptop would I find the calender to reset my computer to, say, how it was a week ago?

Thanx
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Amaterasu

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Well if you created a system restore point a week ago then it is definitely possible. All you have to do is just click "Start" and open up your "Control Panel". And then in the search box, type in "system restore" and you should click on the option that says "Restore system files and settings from a restore point". Then just follow the instructions that pop up on screen. This would be how I'd do it for Vista. If you have XP, it might be a little different.

And shouldn't this go under a different forum? :)

Edited by Amaterasu, 07 September 2008 - 10:35 AM.

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Thank you Amatersu,

This question follows my previous post re: This Graph Cannot Preview.

I took the problem to my local computer shoip guy who recommended that I reset my computer to an earlier date.
I used the same forum because it's a question about resetting hardware, Thanks
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By the way............. it worked and I can now webcan with my girlfriend in Dubai, save a relationship, get married and live happy ever after, (in theory) Many Thanks
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