If the computer does not have the latest version of the operating system (eg, Windows XP), then right-click the shortcut "My Computer" on the desktop or the item with the same name inthe main menu of the operating system.In the context menu select "Properties".
Click the "System Restore" dialog box opens, and select one of the options off the recovery.Points system rollback created separately for each drive, so you have the option to either cancel the option for a particular drive or all at
once.The second variant is realized exhibiting the check mark from the appropriate inscription - "Turn off System Restore on all drives."And to selectively disable you should select the desired drive from the list and click "Options."In a further window put the check mark from the inscription "Turn off System Restore on this drive" and then click OK.Repeat this step for each of your disk from the list.
to complete the operation, click OK in the System Properties, and then confirm your choice - a corresponding request appears on the screen.
If using a version of Windows 7, use the access to the necessary control panel settings - open the main menu and click a link to launch it.In the panel, select the "System" in the left side of the new window, click on "System Protection".
In the "Security Settings", select one of the disks, select it and click "Customize."Check the box opposite the item "Turn off system protection," and click the OK.Repeat this step for each of the discs, restore function that you want to cancel.
Click OK in the System Properties window and close the Control Panel.