standard procedure for the system recovery is started in its normal operation.To do this, go to the "Start" menu, click "All Programs" - "Accessories" - "Tools" and select "System Restore."Choose one of the problems: begin to restore the system to one of the automatically generated points or create a restore point on your own to return the system to the current state in case of failure.
Choose a restore point by clicking on one of the available dates on the calendar system.Each recovery point is accompanied by a detailed description, which refers to how events preceded it: the installation of the application, deleting files and programs, changing registry, etc.Select the last date on which the system worked flawlessly, and click "Next".
Wait until the system restore procedure.First you will see a band of completion of the transaction, after which it will shut down all running applications, and further processes will occur in the background without the possibility of stopping.After several minutes, the computer will automatically restart.At the start of the message about the success or failure of the restore operation.In case of failure, try to choose a different restore point, and repeat the operation again.
You can undo a system restore if it led to a deterioration of its work and the various malfunctions.To this end, in the service, select "Cancel the last system restore" and then start the operation.
Set advanced settings of the service by selecting the appropriate option in its main window, or right-click on the icon "My Computer", select "Properties" and click the "System Restore."Enter the amount of system memory service can use to create and store recovery points, or even turn it off.