Rollback (recovery) system - is a powerful tool if you accidentally set the wrong program and it reconfigure the operating system that does not work correctly.It also helps if the application has been installed correctly, were picked up by a virus or software malfunction happened.Rolling back the system in Windows Vista can solve a lot of problems.
To restore the system when it is up and running, go to the "Start" menu.There select the tab "All Programs", they look for the catalog "Accessories".You need the tab "Tools", and in which you can choose one of the options, among them you will find the "System Restore."Select this option.
Windows Vista will ask what action is required to perform: to restore an earlier state of the system or create a rollback point.Select the restoration of an earlier state.
window will open, which will be submitted to a calendar and a list of all available recovery points.It is better not to choose a long-standing point, since they likely wil
l not have any major applications you installed over time.Choose a point closest to the time changes, badly affect the performance of your system.The point must be earlier than the changes.
for when you can not load the operating system, there are other methods to rollback Windows Vista.We need to boot into safe mode.Restart or turn on the computer.Earlier, it starts to load the operating system, press F8, until the boot menu.Select there the line "Safe Mode."
When the system is booted in safe mode, as in the usual case, select rollback system.
If you boot into safe mode did not work, then once again re-boot the system, press F8, select this time select "Last Known Good Configuration."So your system will be put into a form that was the last that was able to successfully boot.Once the download has occurred, you can roll back the system to do.
Tip 2: How to make a system restore
In some situations, to bring the operating system to the operating state is required to use the system restore function .You can do this even if Windows does not start at all.
- Windows installation disk or LiveCD.
Remember one very important thing: start the recovery process of the operating system can be used only if you have previously created restore points.Typically, these files are created when you install antivirus software and other programs.
There is the possibility to create their own checkpoints.This will help restore the operating system to a desired state.
First, consider the options for starting the program return the operating system to the previous checkpoint, using the resources of the operating system.Open the "Control Panel" and go to "System and Security".Choose "Backup and recovery ».Find the item "Recover system settings or your computer" and go to it.
Click "Launch System Restore."Activate the second paragraph "Choose a different restore point" and click "Next".Place a check in "Show more restore points."Now you have a complete list of control points.Select one of them and click "Next".
If you are not sure of your choice, then press the "Search for the affected programs" and see a list of programs to be deleted after a system restore.
If you can not start the operating system, use the installation disk (Windows Vista or Seven), or LiveCD (Windows XP).Insert the desired drive and run it.
from LiveCD If the item "System Restore" must be in the main menu.When it comes to installation disks Vista or Seven, then wait for the window containing the menu, "Advanced Settings Recovery" and open it.Perform the recovery process, as described in the fourth and fifth steps.
order not to have problems with the system rollback points, do not disable the recovery.So, whatever happens, you will have to have a functioning state of Windows Vista, and you can always go back to any of them.If you are installing programs or drivers, especially questionable previously can create a restore point.