System Restore in Windows serves to roll back the OC to an earlier state.
There are cases when the system starts to malfunction after installing certain software. In such situations, recovery helps.
But it also happens that this procedure does not correct the state of affairs.
Moreover, new problems can arise.
Then the restoration must be canceled.
You will need
- - A computer running Windows.
Click the "Start" button and select "All Programs". Then go to "Standard Programs", where you select "Service". In the list of utilities, click on "System Restore". If your account is password protected, in some cases the system may require you to enter this password.
In the window that appears, select "Cancel"System recovery "and go on. After that, click "Finish". The computer will reboot. A bar appears. When it reaches the end of the screen, the computer will reboot and start in normal mode. After it is turned on, there will be a window on the desktop with a notification that system restore has been canceled.
If the system restore can not be undoneRun in the usual way (can be associated with viruses), then use this method. First you need to boot the operating system in safe mode. To do this, after turning on the computer, before the Windows logo appears, press the F8 key on the keyboard. Instead of turning on the computer normally, you start the menu for selecting operating system boot options. Also take into account that the F8 key opens this menu in most cases, but not in all. If you can not open this menu with this key, try the other keys F.
In the menu of operating system boot optionsSelect "Safe mode with command-line support". Then wait until the computer is booted and "Safe Mode" appears on the desktop. Then go to "Standard Programs" and open a command prompt. Now, at the command prompt, type% systemroot% system32restorerstrui.exe and press Enter. Then the sequence of actions is the same as the previous case. After the recovery is canceled, the computer will start normally.