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Deleted App Data,User Account Control Prevents System Restore,Please Help to Recover

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by HHB1, Sep 29, 2013.

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  1. HHB1

    HHB1 Thread Starter

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    Hello
    I'm new here and I have a windows vista 32 bit service pack 2 operating system.

    Just recently I have made horrible mistake when cleaning my computer , that I can't seem to reverse but maybe you could help me *fingers crossed*

    In C:\Users\HOME ADMINISTRATOR\AppData I deleted alot of Roaming. Local Low,and Local Files and have emptied it from my recycle bin.

    Because I have user account control on, I can't pass that prompt screen when I click allow, I just wait and wait and nothibng happens. I come out of it by prompting windows task manger using ctrl + alt+ delete. This makes it even more difficult since I cannot turn user account control off ,prompt run, or system restore without that prompt.

    What are my options? what do you suggest I do? Is there another way to restore my computer sytem wihout losing all my current document files?

    Please help :(
     
  2. SUEOHIO

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    When you cleaned the computer did you use a registry cleaner also?any type of cleaner has to be used carefully because they can cause a lot of damage to where the operating system has to be reinstalled again because programs and drivers etc get corrupted and wont work right.
     
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