Re: System restore on vista?
Click start, type 'device manager' and click ok. Expand the USB branch and
locate your device. Double click it. On the driver tab, you should find a
button to rollback the driver to the previous version if it has been
Best of Luck,
Rick Rogers, aka "Nutcase" - Microsoft MVP
Windows help - www.rickrogers.org
My thoughts http://rick-mvp.blogspot.com
"algirl" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> hi malke. thanks for your help.
> well thats bad.. i remember that in windows xp i had restores of weeks
> earlier..lots of them. i remember once i made a restore of almost 3 months
> well... i have a USB wireless pen from SMC (SMCUSBW-EU) and i think
> update, updated the drivers of this device...and since that it stopped
> i already downloaded the new vista drivers from SMC website but i always
> the message:
> "the name is already been used as service name or as a name to be shown in
> the service" ...
> "Malke" wrote:
>> algirl wrote:
>> > Hey guys, i'm trying to do a system restore... i select the system
>> > restore i
>> > enable the box with the text saying to show restore points with more
>> > than 5
>> > days but...the first restore point that i have it's from 15 may... and
>> > i
>> > wanted to restore to ends of april.
>> > my question is...how can i restore to a specific date in april? i
>> > already
>> > installed vista in April.
>> > can someone help me? thanks in advance
>> If you don't have any System Restore points showing for April, then
>> there aren't any. System Restore keeps the most recent points and drops
>> the older ones. System Restore is really best for going back only a few
>> days, two weeks tops. Maybe if you tell us about your problems we could
>> help you with them.
>> Elephant Boy Computers
>> "Don't Panic!"
>> MS-MVP Windows - Shell/User