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System Restore blues...:((

Discussion in 'Software Q&A' started by h_kunte, Mar 21, 2006.

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  1. h_kunte

    h_kunte New Member

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    Hello All...

    I had a small problem with my otherwise superb-performing PC & I had to employ "windows system restore" to restore it back to a previous state....

    What happened was that after 3 hours of restoring; the stupid thing made multiple copies of most of my system files in my OS partition....

    To get rid of this problem; I thought of again using system restore....(I am still kicking myself for this decision)....What happened nxt was that I now have 3 copies of most of the system folders.....Plz click on the following link & see how my control panel now looks.....

    http://us.f13.yahoofs.com/bc/4413fdbdm1100cd3e/bc/FONTS/ctrl+panel.jpg?bf5RAIEBrbPYghL4


    Also, I had Flyakite OSX installed on my PC prior to this debacle....IS this the reason for soo many folders getting copied & re-copied?

    What can I do now to get my system back to its wacky ways?...Without formatting obviously....Looking for replies....eagerly...

    Thanx

    HK
     
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    yrana2002 New Member

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    I dont know if this will work, but if you have restored your system correctly, then you can undo the restoration.

    Go to System Restore & choose Undo my Last Restoration

    See what happens...
     
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    anandk Distinguished Member

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    :lol: this had hapnd to me too, once !

    i did a pysical search and deleted the duplicate files.
    risky, i know, but i came out ok !
    i suggest u try the 'undo' option only, pal !
     
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