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Computer keeps reverting to old restore point

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Wakenaam, Jan 19, 2007.

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  1. Wakenaam

    Wakenaam Thread Starter

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    Friends: I am running Windows XP Pro. My computer would occasionally revert to an old restore point, like a month ago. I would re-boot, and it would re-assert itself to the present state. However, now it has reverted to a restore point in November 2006, and I cannot get it back to the present state. I have important e-mails which I would like to access, but cannot. Please tell me how can I forward my PC to the present state and how to prevent this from happening again. Thanks a lot.
     
  2. Iceworx

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    Please be more detailed, from what I´m reading I have understood that
    Your computer automatically uses the system restore feature ?. When though, when you start up ? when you shut down ? in between ?
    And then when you reboot it goes back to its present state ?
     
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