Using System Restore in Windows XP

In this post we’re only gonna talk about how to use system restore in windows XP and if you want to know more about system restore or maybe a tutorial for another version of windows then should go with the given link below or otherwise continue with this tutorial to know about everything you need to know to use system restore in windows XP.

What Is System Restore? – Explained With Uses And Features.

Content List

1# – How to disable or enable the system restore?

2# – How to open system restore in Window XP?

3# – How to create a restore point?

4# – How to use system restore to restore our computer to the earlier point?

5# – How to use undo feature in system restore?

6# – How to access system restore by safe made in cmd?

So Let’s See

1# – How To Disable Or Enable The System Restore?

  • Open your system properties and click on System restore.
  • After that un-tick, the “Turn off System Restore” option and click on apply to turn on this feature.

2# – How To Open System Restore In Window Xp?

3# – How To Create A Restore Point?

  • Open system restore’s main window and click on create a restore point.

4# – How To Use System Restore To Restore To Earlier Point?

  • Open system restore and click on “Restore my computer to an earlier time” and after that click on next.
  • Select the restore point that you’ve want to restore and click on next.
  • After that system restoration gets starts and it will be done in a while.

5# – How To Use Undo Feature In System Restore?

When you open system restore after a recent restoration then it’s possible you’ll see an undo option in a front of system restore window. Sometimes it won’t show you that option if the process of undo isn’t available.

The best option is to create a restore point when you wants to restore your system to the earlier time and that will let you to restore your computer back to its state if the main restoration won’t works.

 6# – How To Access System Restore By Safe Made In Cmd?

  1. Start your computer and press the <F8> key every other second until the Windows Advanced Options window appears.
  2. Select the “Safe Mode with Command Prompt”.
  3. Press the <Enter> key on the keyboard.
  4. Log in as the administrator or as a user, according to your computer’s user accounts.
  5. At the command prompt (blinking cursor), type:
    and then press the <Enter> key.


Leave a Reply