I need some help

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I have a Dell laptop and I want to use system restore, but I can’t find it. Where would I find it? reply


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Try search. reply

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mmmmmmmm i dont know ask the doctor reply


Cha. Do a search for it. But usually you can find it in your control panel. If it’s Vista..

Start > Control Panel > System and Maintenance > Backup and Restore System

Not entirely sure what XP is, but it should be in your control panel as well. reply

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I’m still wondering why this is in the Feedback section. reply

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Meh, I thought it should have been.. I was wrong... I tried it out. Didn’t do much for XP though. I’m just using another comp I have. reply

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Hi
You are not clear with your thoughts, will you give more information. So I can help you out in this matter. reply

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On XP it’s under (all) programs, accessories, system tools, system restore reply

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OK,I remember that laptop computer backup system in your hard drive and give you a restoration CD.If you have CD, then put into the computer CD-ROM start.It will restore your system. reply

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needforspeedfreak wrote:
mmmmmmmm i dont know ask the doctor

There’s an 80 character by 24 character green screen, character mode only, of course. The (WOW Gold) mainframe sends down a form to the “client” (the client being a 3270 smart terminal). The terminal is smart; it knows how to present the form to you (Buy WOW Gold) and let you input data into the form without talking to the (Aion Gold) mainframe at all. This was one reason mainframes were so much more powerful than UNIX: the CPU didn’t have to handle your line editing; it was offloaded to a (Aion Leveling) smart terminal. (If you couldn’t afford smart terminals for everyone, you bought a WOW level (such WOW Power Leveling) minicomputer to sit between the dumb terminals and the mainframe and handle the form editing for you). reply

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Sir i want bios program what to do it open and costmise it’s health my motherboard processor biostar and pc tool reply

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