System Restore Points - Windows 7

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  1. aikma

    aikma New Member

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    Hello Everyone,

    I hope your reading this message, after reading, feel free to reply !

    Microsoft System Restore is located in Control Panel in 'System'. There is a tab called 'System Protection'. That is where the System Restore is. If you click on 'Configure' you will see something that is telling you how many MB or GB that you have used when using System Restore Points. Everyone will get this, when you first get a update from Windows Update, it will automatically do a Restore Point. So when you look in at your first restore point. It will be like 74 MB. After that your not doing anything, your just doing normal stuff. When you look back in again. It has increased to some like 78MB or more. This is due to System Configuration, your system randomly sets it.

    Please feel free if you get this.

    Just to let you know, this is completely normal !!
     
  2. chhriss

    chhriss New Member

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    1. Open the Control Panel (All Items View).
    A) Click on the System icon.

    B) Go to step 3.
    OR

    2. Open the Start Menu.
    A) Right click on the Computer button and click on Properties.
    3. Click on the System Protection link. (See screenshot below step 4)

    4. Close the System window. (See screenshot below)5. Check to make sure that you have System Protection turned on for the listed available disk, that you want to create a restore point for, to include it in the restore point. (See screenshot below step 6)

    6. Click on the Create button. (See screenshot below)7. Type in a description for the restore point to help recognize it when doing a System Restore, and click on the Create button.. (See screenshot below)8. You will now see this while the restore point is being created. (See screenshot below)9. When the restore point has finished being created, click on the Close button. (See screenshot below)10. Click on OK. (See screenshot below step 6)

    Good Luck !!!
     

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