MỞ SYSTEM RESTORE WIN 7

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If you've sầu previously performed a System Restore, you may see both an Unbởi System Restore option và a Choose a different restore point option. If so, select Choose a different restore point, assuming you're not here to lớn unbởi one.


All restore points that are still in Windows will be listed here, so long as that checkbox is checked. Unfortunately, there is no way lớn "restore" older restore points. The oldest restore point listed is the furthest back you can possibly restore Windows to lớn.


Confirm the restore point you want lớn use on the Confirm your restore point window & then select Finish.​ 


If you're curious as to what programs, drivers, & other parts of Windows 11/10/8/8.1 this System Restore will impact on your computer, select the Scan for affected programs link on this page prior to starting the System Restore. The report is informational only, but might be helpful in your troubleshooting if this System Restore doesn't fix whatever problem you're trying lớn solve.


Choose Yes to lớn the Once started, System Restore cannot be interrupted. Do you want khổng lồ continue? question.​ 


If you're running System Restore from Safe Mode, please know that the changes it makes khổng lồ your computer will not be reversible. Don't let this scare you away—chances are, if you're doing a System Restore from here, it's because Windows isn't starting properly, leaving you with few other options. Still, it's something you should be aware of.​ 


Your computer will restart as part of a System Restore, so be sure lớn cthất bại anything you might have sầu running right now.


System Restore will now begin reverting Windows khổng lồ the state it was in at the date and time logged with the restore point that you chose in Step 7.

You'll see a small System Restore window that says Preparing lớn restore your system..., after which Windows will almost completely shut down.


Next, on an empty screen, you'll see a Please wait while your Windows files and settings are being restored message.

You'll also see various messages appear underneath like System Restore is initializing..., System Restore is restoring the registry..., và System Restore is removing temporary files.... All in all, this will probably take around 15 minutes.​


What you're sitting through here is the actual System Restore process. Do not turn off or restart your computer during this time!


Sign in khổng lồ Windows as you normally bởi. If you don't use the Desktop và aren't switched there automatically, go there next.

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On the Desktop, you should see a small System Restore window that says "System Restore completed successfully. The system has been restored to . Your documents have sầu not been affected."


Now that the System Restore is complete, check to see that whatever issue you were trying to lớn fix is actually corrected.


If System Restore did not correct the problem, you can either a) repeat the steps above, choosing an even older restore point, assuming one is available, or b) continue troubleshooting the problem.


If this System Restore caused an additional problem, you can unbởi it, assuming it wasn't completed from Safe Mode (see the Important call-out in Step 10). To unbởi vì a System Restore in Windows, repeat steps 1 through 6 above & choose Unbởi System Restore.


How lớn Use System Restore in Windows 7 or Windows Vista

Navigate to the Start > All Programs > Accessories > System Tools program group.


Press Next > on the Restore system files and settings window that should have sầu appeared on the screen.​ 


If you have sầu two options on this screen, Recommended restore & Choose a different restore point, select Choose a different restore point before selecting Next > unless you're absolutely sure that the preselected restore point is the one you want khổng lồ use.


Choose the restore point that you want khổng lồ use. Ideally, you'd want to choose the one just prior to lớn noticing the problem you're trying to unvị, but not any further back. Any restore points that you manually created, scheduled restore points that Windows automatically created, và any created automatically during the installation of certain programs will be listed here. You can not use System Restore khổng lồ undo Windows changes to a date that a restore point does not exist for.​ 


If you need lớn, kiểm tra the Show more restore points or Show restore points older than 5 days checkbox to lớn see more than the most recent restore points. There's no guarantee there are any but it's worth looking if you need lớn go back that far.


Windows will shut down to complete the System Restore, so be sure lớn save any work you might have sầu open in other programs before continuing.


Select Yes to the Once started, System Restore cannot be interrupted. Do you want khổng lồ continue? dialog box.


System Restore will now restore Windows to the state that was recorded in the restore point you chose in Step 4.​ 


The System Restore process could take several minutes as you see the "Please wait while your Windows files và settings are being restored" message. Your computer will then reboot as normal when complete.


Immediately after logging into Windows after the reboot, you should see a message that System Restore completed successfully. Select Close.


Check to see if whatever Windows 7 or Windows Vista problem you were troubleshooting has been corrected by this System Restore. If the problem still persists, you can repeat the steps above sầu & choose another restore point if one is available. If this restoration caused a problem, you can always unbởi vì this particular System Restore.


How lớn Use System Restore in Windows XP..

Make your way khổng lồ Start > All Programs > Accessories > System Tools.