hitler 200 points N/APosted on - 04/29/2011
You can restore your operating system, simply by using your windows system tools, just select the restore system, then select the date where your Desktop is working, then follow instructions until finished.
You can restore your operating system by using your system tools. Click the system restore, select the date, where your desktop is working it means you have done a backdate, then follow the instructions until finished.
The question is not clear but I try to guide according to the situation I got. If you are missing the desktop icons and items it could be due to some virus. Go to task manager by pressing Alt+Ctrl+Del. Click File in menu bar and then “New Task” and type “explorer”. Hope it will help. But if virus is continuously doing the same boot the system in safe mode and first scan the computer to avoid further botheration. If you want to restore data click “programs” in start menu, go to accessories then system tools. Click system restore. Select only the drive where operating system in installed and restore accordingly.
Restoring your computer to a previous state using System Restore is the easiest way to roll back your system if something isn’t right on your system. You can do this by clicking “Start”, “All Programs”, “Accessories”, “System Tools” then “System Restore”. Then make sure “Restore my computer to an earlier time” is selected then click “Next”.
Now, from the calendar, pick a date that has a restore point to restore your computer. If the date contains more than one restore points, select a particular time then click “Next” and then follow the instructions. System Restore works only if System Restore itself is enabled on the computer. You can check if it is enabled by right-clicking “My Computer” and select “Properties”.
Go to “System Restore” tab and verify “Turn off System Restore on all drives” is unchecked. If this box is checked, it means System Restore is disabled.