you can create a system restore point
Right click My Computer and select Properties Go to system protection. Under Protection Settings
May sure the Local Disk is On and create That will create a manual restore point
http://www.intowindows.com/how-to-use-redo-backup-and-recovery/ that the tutorial for your program
Backup your C: drive that will restore your current configurations
The F: drive or recovery partition is a backup installation (windows) if you ever want a OBOE (out of the box experience) it can be backup but it will only work with that computer and the motherboard(OEM)
I would recommend you backup both to be safe. Although if you backup C: and restore it it will have all the current configurations.
Edited by coxchris, 15 May 2015 - 12:51 AM.
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