Do You Know How To Restore Windows Vista?

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I was working on a project, and suddenly my windows got corrupted, and my computer is not working properly due to this. It also contains high amounts of malware. I want to reset my windows vista. How to restore windows vista?

Answered By 30 points N/A #306079

Do You Know How To Restore Windows Vista?


It is important to clean your windows timely and reset it after saving your data in an external hard drive as it removes several issues and malware from your system. It requires a few simple steps to know how to restore Windows Vista –

1.) Factory reset your windows to remove the unwanted errors and malware.

2.) Install the CD/DVD drive of the windows and select the required fields such as language etc.

3.) Click next and start installing the windows by choosing repair windows.

4.) After the repairing is done, click restore and finish it.

This is how you can restore your windows in just a few easy steps.

Answered By 590495 points N/A #306760

Do You Know How To Restore Windows Vista?


If you know your computer is sitting on malware then there’s no reason to restore your system because it is useless. Restoring your computer to a previous date after a virus infection is pointless because it will not remove the infection. What you need to do is remove the infection if you don’t want to reformat your computer and reinstall Microsoft Windows.

Download Sophos Virus Removal Tool and install it. Once installed, wait until it updates its virus signature database automatically. Once update is complete, click “Start” to begin scanning your computer. Sophos will scan everything on your computer so it will take time before the scan completes. When a virus is detected, clean it or remove it then repeat the scan until Sophos no longer detects a virus.

When Sophos is finished cleaning your system, click “Start,” “All Programs,” “Accessories” then right-click “Command Prompt” and select “Run as administrator.” In the command prompt window, type without quotes “sfc /scannow” then hit Enter. This will scan your system drive for any changes on the protected system files and they will be replaced with correct ones. Restart the computer when SFC is finished then see if it works.

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