How do I use the System Restore feature in Windows XP?
System Restore is a feature of the Microsoft
a previous state, if a problem occurs. System Restore provides the following support:
Restores your system to a previous state.
Restores without erasing your personal data files.
Creates restore points daily and when software applications or utilities are installed.
Maintains storage of one to three weeks of past restore points.
Enables you to create your own custom restore points.
Locates the dates associated with the restore points.
Performs restorations that are reversible.
Enables different types of restore points.
Using the System Restore Wizard
Click Start in the Windows
Under Pick a Help topic, click Performance and maintenance.
Under Performance and maintenance, click Using System Restore to undo changes. A submenu appears on the
Under Pick a task, click Run the System Restore Wizard. The System Restore wizard dialog box appears.
Follow the on-screen instructions to restore your system or create a custom restore point.
taskbar and click Help and Support. The VAIO Help and Support window appears.
XP operating system that enables you to restore your computer to