Posted 31 October 2010 - 10:46 AM
Reading many post here made me think of this.
When a reply to a OP question states, use system restore to a date earlier that the problem occurred. The OP answer is I don't have a restore point.
IMHO a system restore point should be made before any major changes to your system are done. Doing this can save a lot of head aches. Another time I recommend using the system restores is after a fresh install and everything is working properly. Now when you install new programs and things don't work properly you have a restore point to go back to. To my understanding System Restore by default is on.
How to create a System Restore Point.
Start and type restore and go to System Restore and tick. It will guide you step by step, it's very easy to do.