Check Restore-related Services
There are cases where for some reason your system is not able to boot up properly and you want to restore it to factory settings. If you want to only recover some of the programs, or some of the files, use the Advanced menu to select which ones you want. If you want to just recover everything, simply click Next to continue.
Open up File Explorer and select the file you want to restore a version of. Start your PC with the Advanced startup options.
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- If the System Restore made things worse, you can always undo it.
- You can now check to see if the System Restore fixed whatever Windows XP issue you were trying to fix.
- You can not use System Restore to undo Windows XP changes to a date that a restore point does not exist.
- If not, you can always try an earlier restore point, if you have one.
In that folder, you will see several different files. This file contains the actual files of your backup.
Configuring advanced System Restore settings – Windows XP supports customizing System Restore settings via Windows Registry and a file at %windir%\system32\restore\Filelist.xml. Windows Vista and later no longer support this. File paths monitored – Up to Windows XP, files are backed up only from certain directories. On Windows Vista and later, this set of files is defined by monitored extensions outside of the Windows folder, and everything under the Windows folder.
Alternatively, you can locate to the Windows Backup. Right-click the file you want to revert and clickRestore previous versions. You can use File Explorer to restore a previous version of a file.