RE: restore my computer to a certin date
System Restore to a certain date : ( my os is windows vista home preium )
1. open Control Panel
2. under System & Maintenance , choose Back up your computer
3. click USE SYSTEM RESTORE ---- ( you'll be asked to give pwrmission to
4. click CHOOSE A DIFFERENT RETORE POINT
5. a list of past activities ( up to about 10 days ) each with a date
attached. Pick the date you're looking for ( if it's not older than 10 days
). Click that date , then click NEXT.
6. you are now on system restore, back to the date you specified.
That's it. Good luck!
> Hi enrie,
> To do this , you need to run 'System Restore'. Click on the start orb and
> type 'system restore' into the search box. This program will appear in the
> 'Programs' section of the results panel. Click on it. After providing
> administrative credentials, the program will appear after a short delay. The
> recommended restore point will be selected (this is actually the last restore
> point that has been created, whether automatically or manually), but, if this
> is not the desired point you can click on 'Choose a different restore point'.
> Click 'Next >'. If you chose the default restore point, the computer will
> proceed to restore itself to that point in time. If you chose the other
> option, you will be able to choose a restore point and, if necessary, an
> older point by selecting 'Show restore points older than 5 days'. Click 'Next
> >' and the computer will again proceed to restore itself to that point in
> time. Note that a successful restore may or may not be possible, and that the
> further back in time you go the less chance you have of a successful restore.
> Generally speaking, if you choose a restore point that is less than 5 days
> old, you should have no problems.
> "enrie" wrote:
> > Some how only one of my users whole computer was reset. the other three were
> > untouched. Now my question is how do i restore his computer to a last date.
> > I saw once one of my freinds went to this place in control panel, and he set
> > the date he wanted and he got it back.