Re: System Restore ~ HELP!!
"Rick Rogers" wrote:
> Simply put, you can't. If the restore point is gone or corrupted, there is
> not going to be any way of recovering it.
> As to missing files, right click the folder they were previously in and
> select properties. On the Previous Versions tab, see if there is an option
> to restore the one you previously had.
> Best of Luck,
> Rick Rogers, aka "Nutcase" - Microsoft MVP
> Windows help - www.rickrogers.org
> My thoughts http://rick-mvp.blogspot.com
> "PYJ3" <PYJ3@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> >I have Vista and my computer is less than a year old. I lost a program
> > somehow and went through the restore process so that I could retrieve it.
> > I
> > was unable to retrieve it but in the restore process I lost a lot of other
> > stuff that I need to recover. So then I tried to undo the first restore
> > only
> > to find that the restore points only go back to the date of the first
> > restore. So I chose that restore point but the system encountered an error
> > and the restore was not executed. Now the date of the first restore is
> > gone
> > from the list and there are no dates preceeding that date.
> > I didn't do anything fancy like restore in safe mode or use the disk. I
> > just hit the command keys as directed in the instructions. I need to
> > restore
> > my computer back to a date that is not on the list.
> > How do I do the restore when the instructions for doing so create an
> > error?
> > I need to go back a month.