Sometimes there are situations that the Windows Vista operating system ceases to function properly.Constant spontaneous rebooting, braking and other effects of unstable operation.This can happen after you install a program, the operation of which could cause a failure of the operating system.Fortunately, in these situations it is not necessary to reinstall the operating system.In Windows Vista, is a function of the rollback, which can be used to restore the previous state of the environment.
Click "Start" and select "Control Panel."When you go to the "Control Panel", get in the top right corner of the "Preview".Next will be an arrow.Click on it with the left mouse button, and in the ensuing window, select the "Small Icons".Now, on the "Control Panel", locate the "Restore" and click on it with the left mouse button.
window appears from which you can initiate a system recovery.Menu and select "Launch System Restore."A dialog box appears with the background information.Check it an
d click "Next."The next screen displays a list of restore points.Near each of recovery points is "Created" and "Description"."Creation Date" means, if you select this point, the operating system will return to the state when that point was created.
After selecting a restore point, click "Next".In the next window, start the recovery procedure.To do this, click "Finish".The computer will reboot.Then, begin the process of rolling back the operating system to an earlier state.The display strip which will show the status of the rollback process Windows Vista.As soon as the band reaches the end, the computer will reboot, and the system starts in normal mode.If the band of the recovery process has reached the end, and the computer does not restart automatically, restart it manually.
If the operating system does not start at all and you can not start the rollback, you need to log in system , using the "Safe Mode".To do this, right after turning on the computer continuously press F8.A window will appear where you can choose to run Windows.Select "Safe Mode".Wait until Windows boot in "Safe Mode."Next steps are the same as in the previous case.
Tip 2: How to roll back Windows Vista
Although Windows Vista and is one of the newest and most stable operating systems, there are times that it starts to malfunction.For example, you installed the program and began to notice that just after installation of the OS is unstable.Fortunately, Windows Vista has the ability to restore the operating system under which it would operate normally.To do this, you need to roll back the system to an earlier stable state.
- computer running the operating system Windows Vista
Click "Start" and select "Control Panel."The control panel in the upper right corner there is an inscription "View".Next to it there is an arrow.Click on this arrow to the left mouse button, and in the ensuing menu, select "Large Icons".
now on the control panel, locate the "Restore".In the resulting menu, click on the option "Launch System Restore."In the next window, select the restore options.Check "Recommended restore".Click "Next".In the next window, click "Finish".
process begins rollback system.During this process, the computer is locked.No other action would be to make it impossible.The screen will display the band, which will be showing the execution process.After the band reaches the end of the screen, the computer will reboot and start normally.
If your computer does not restart automatically, but it can also happen, restart it manually via a button on the system unit.When, after the rollback of the PC starts for the first time, a dialog box in which you will be notified of a successful system recovery.
When the computer starts normally, it does not mean that you can not roll back the system.You can start your PC in safe mode and restore the system.To do this, turn on the computer and continuously repeatedly press F8.A window appears where you can select options for loading the operating system.
Select "Safe Mode".Wait for the PC in this mode.The process of loading the PC in safe mode can be quite long.When the computer starts up, the desktop will not be pictures.Instead, the desktop wallpaper will be on top of the words "Safe Mode."Follow the same procedure as described above.