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#1 Emiins

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Posted 19 May 2005 - 03:56 PM

Here is my problem:
In the step Nš14 of the guide ("Disable and reenable System Restore using the instructions found here:") I saw that it wasn't a solution for Win98. Because this option its only for WinME (Managing Windows Millenium Restore)
So Im very sad :thumbsup: . This virus or spyware, I dont know what is it, is destroying my head :flowers: .
Sorry if you dont understand something, Im argentinian and my english is not very well.
So if you can bring me a solution, here is the most happy person in southamerica !
Thanks Thanks

Mod Edit - Moved to the approriate forum

Edited by Leurgy, 19 May 2005 - 05:50 PM.


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Posted 19 May 2005 - 05:47 PM

Hello Emiins and welcome to Bleeping Computer. Please don't worry about your english as it is very understandable.

System Restore is handled differently in Windows 98 and should not be a problem unless you need to run a restoration. You have 5 restores points in 98 and they will be gone after a few days and will be replaced with good ones. Be sure you have Scan Registry turned on. To find out Go to Start>Run and type in msconfig and click Ok. Make sure you have a checkmark in front of Scan Registry under the Startup tab.

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