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system restore does not work

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by marclem, Oct 14, 2003.

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  1. marclem

    marclem Thread Starter

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    I have been having problems with usb 2.0 drivers. followed multiple advisors...including XP website...they are still causing conflict. So I decided togo back and do a system restore. Now I made a restore point before beginning this install nightmare. However, the only option available to me ( so it says ) is yesterday and today. It will not move to last month or even last week. What has happened here ?
    RUnning win XP HE 2 hard drives 1 partitioned - by manufacturer to c (14 gig) and d ( 48 gig) plus have an older drive as a storage area. Thanks....
     
  2. mobo

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    I would suggest finding the correct usb drivers for the motherboard. Then download them to your desktop. next would be to remove the current drivers aor delete the usn controller altogether then reboot and let windows pick it up on reboot. Then you can install the proper working drivers.
     
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    In addition for the system restore go to control panel / system / ayatem restore tab / settings / and set the slider to anything greater than 5%.
     
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