Windows automatically creates an additional restore point each day,
and also each time you install software or device drivers.
For more information about using Microsoft System Restore, from Start, type
'Help' and then click Help and Support in the list of apps. Type 'Windows
system restore' in the Search Help box, then press Enter.
Returning to a restore point
1. From Start, type 'Control Panel' and then click Control Panel in the
list of apps.
2. Click System and Security > Action Center, then click Recovery
at the bottom of the window.
3. Click Open System Restore, then Next.
4. Click the latest restore point (at a time when your system worked
correctly), click Next, then Finish.
5. A confirmation window appears; click Yes. Your system is restored
using the restore point you specified. This process may take several
minutes, and may restart your computer.
Returning your system to its factory condition
If your computer experiences problems that are not recoverable by
other methods, you may need to reinstall everything to return your
system to its factory condition. You can recover from either your hard
drive or the recovery backup you have created.
• If you can still run Windows and have not deleted the recovery
• If you cannot run Windows, your original hard drive has been
completely re-formatted or you have installed a replacement hard
see Recovering from a recovery backup on page
Recovering from Windows
Start Acer Recovery Management:
• From Start, type 'Recovery' and then click Acer Recovery
Management in the list of apps.
see Recovering from Windows on page
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