Question by  luluwilkinson (79)

How do I restore my computer to a certain date?


Answer by  bjs555 (42)

If you have a computer running Windows XP, Vista, or Windows 7 then click Start. Move the mouse over All Programs, then Accessories, then System Tools, and then System Restore. Click System Restore. Make sure "Restore my system to an earlier time" is selected and click Next. Select the date you want to restore to and click Next.


Answer by  Skullwing (746)

In windows XP, go to the start menu, select all programs, then accessories, then system tools, then system restore from the menu. Follow the prompts and pick a restore date.


Answer by  Kaister (26)

Start menu, mouse over "All programs" then "PC Help & Tools". Select System Restore when menu comes up. When Restore starts click next then choose date wanted.


Answer by  Madhiarasu (14)

Open Control Panel click System, Maintenance , choose Back up your computer, click USE SYSTEM RESTORE then you'll be asked to continue. Choose DIFFERENT RESTORE POINT, list of past activities for 10 days is shown. Pick date you're looking for, Click that date , then click NEXT. You are now back to the date you specified


Answer by  john7788 (225)

if you have windows, you need to use system restore. In windows 7, click on the start menu and do a search for "system restore" and click on the icon.


Answer by  Falcon (47)

There are a number of ways to do this. One way is to make an image of your hard disk and windows state with the help of a backup program. After doing this, then using the same backup program, you can restore your computer back to that date.


Answer by  Sting1 (686)

Click [Start], then [All Programs] [Accessories] [System Tools] [System Restore]. Choose from the options on the right that you want to restore your computer to an earlier time. You can also create restore points from there.

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