Corrupt Windows system files can cause Windows restore to fail. You can do a repair install of Windows on top of itself. It's only going to rewrite the system files so the vast majority of your other files and programs will remain untouched. You need your Windows CD...I'm going to assume you're using XP since you didn't say. When you load it, choose "Install"..Then it brings up the partitions you have, most people have one, and you choose to "repair" that partition. Sounds crazy, but it should fix your problem.
You should be able to do a system restore, if that doesnt work simply reinstall the excel from your Microsoft Office.
I would like to use Easeus todo backup, it is a free software, and can help me restore my operating system.
There is an option called System Restore. This will restore your system to your last restore point to recover files or just to restore your system before a virus came. You can also restore to Factory settings. To find system restore just simply press the start button and search System Restore. Hope this hhe
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You can get a system restore in Windows 10 in a few ways: reset to a factory settings, from restore pint, from system image, restore system files with sfcscannow and so on.
Turn off System Restore, reboot the computer, turn System Restore back on. Turn off System Restore, reboot the computer, turn System Restore back on.
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Select the date on which the restore was created Use the System Restore wi
You can't. If they are still on the computer, you can open system restore and click "Choose a different restore point". Then click next, and in the bottom left hand corner of the windows, click "Show more restore points". If that doesn't work, they are gone. The OS will automatically delete old restore points.
If the system restoration fails to restore you can try restoring your system to a different date. Also make sure there is enough disk space to do the system restore if not your computer will fail to restore.
To perform a Windows 7 system restore, first navigate to Start--> All Programs --> Accessories --> System Tools and click on the "System Restore" icon. Click "Next" to choose a date to restore the computer to and then click "Finish" to begin the system restore.
Answer>Control Panel>SystemThen choose the "System Restore" tab.UNcheck the box that says "Turn off system restore..."
No it wont. The point of System Restore is to restore your system to a workable state without you having to reinstall the operating system and lose your data files in the process.
Right-click on My Computer and open Properties. There will be a System Restore tab. Click box that says "Turn Off System Restore".
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If your Ipod Touch screen isn't working, try connecting it to Itunes and restore it. If that doesn't work, take it in to the apple store to have it fixed or replaced.