Posted 12 August 2007 - 11:31 AM
Restoring your computer to its original state certainly solves all sorts of problems, but then you have to reinstall everything else, re-update Windows patches, and pray you have saved everything important from the prior state.
Generally, you should only have to use this extreme method as a last resort.
You can count on learning a great amount of useful information about your computer here, much of which will prevent your having to restore it, and of course you can ask for help with any problem you might have from our friendly Members.
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