Backdating a computer
It was called "touch" or something like that and allowed you to change a variety of properties of a file.I have downloaded and tried some software from PETGES. Thanks to all who submitted suggestions, i really appreciate it.To proceed, select your version of Windows and follow the steps. If you are unable to find System Restore and have administrator rights, try opening the System restore through the run line (located in the Start Menu) by following the steps below.Cannot boot into Windows at all If you are unable to boot into normal Windows mode at all, you may need to run through the following steps through Windows Safe Mode.which allows you to restore your computer to how it was a day before, or even a month before.You have probably first heard about System Restore on Windows XP.It does delete any programs or files you have such as program installs you might have downloaded.
Unfortunately, when the system restore points are deleted or removed, they cannot be recovered.Now i might have to deal with some legal questions next!!!The System Restore allows you to roll back the state of their system files and settings.There are two ways to perform a System Restore in Microsoft Windows.
The choice only depends on if the computer is currently able to boot into Windows or not.If the computer is able to get to the desktop (with the clickable Start button in the lower left corner), then choose Method 1.