Creating a windows restore point, so I can rollback.

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I am a new beginner with computer though browse internet well with mobile.

Please tell me how to create a windows restore point.



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Answered By 20 points N/A #96342

Creating a windows restore point, so I can rollback.


You can create restore point by manually or automatic system.

Now I describe you a manual creating steps. First I will describe you creating restore point in windows xp. Go to > Start > All Programs > Accessories > System Tools > and then System Restore.

Then you will see that a new window will come select the “create a restore point” radio button. Enter some description for this restore point and click create.

In windows 7 go to start button > right click on the “my computer”> properties > system protection(from the top) > now in the bottom click “create”.

Now give any description in this new window and click create.

The end.  

Answered By 0 points N/A #96343

Creating a windows restore point, so I can rollback.


Hi Miron,

First you need to know that by default your windows xp/vista/7 has already "Restore Point" feature enabled. So don’t try to find where to enable it or disable unless you are sure you have not change the settings yourself. OK!

You can right click on "my computer" icon and select "properties" and then select the "system restore point" tab and make sure that "enable system restore point for the following drives" is checked. In windows 7 you can go to the "advanced system settings" and select"system protection" tab and make sure your system protection is on or not.

Now you must be aware of f8 feature which we were used to adopt while booting from windows 98. So same as here. In XP, Vista, And 7 you can press f8, before the windows starts to boot your computer, to enter into the advanced menu. Where you will see an option saying

"Restore my computer to a previously known working settings"

Selecting this option with by using arrow keys will surely take you to the previously restore point of windows.

Be patient this can take a while also.

Hope You find your answer


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