You can get to a world of places in Vista by typing the name in the Search
box above the start button. Type "restore" without quotes in the search
box>click System Restore.
Click "next button" in wizard. Some restore points will probably be listed
and if you don't see one prior to when your problem began, put a check in
"show more restore points" and click "next." You ideally want the restore
point prior to and closest to when your problem started.
If you use it, you would lose nothing except (and not always) shortcuts and
folders created after the restore point or hot fixes added after it (which
you can easily reinstall via Windows Update or from TechNet downloads.
The default is on, but you can control the size and the number of restore
"SeenuGuddu" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> when i power on the system .. its working fine
> one more thing is how would i know that System Restore Point is On/Off
> is this default is On or i have to On