Quote: Originally Posted by raj3109
Quote: Originally Posted by Ztruker
Boot to the Recovery Console and do a System Restore to before you made this change.
See here: How to Do a System Restore in Windows 7
Of special interest is the 2nd method: METHOD TWO: Through System Recovery Options at Boot Note: This will allow you to restore Windows 7 to a earlier restore point with a Windows 7 installation disc from the System Recovery Options screen at bootup. This can be handy if you cannot startup Windows 7.
I know that. I can not do it. Ther "Yes" button is disabled (gray out). I can not even run the app Acronis to restore because I DO NOT HAVE THE RIGHT.
If you have Acronis, you should be able to restore via the ATIH boot disk regardless of permissions, as the ATIH boot disk environment is not windows based, nor is it subject to windows security.
If you failed to create a boot disk, you can always download one from your Acronis account. You can also boot from the retail disk, if you have one.
The method ztruker posted (method 2) should work as well. Note that the method he referenced requires booting from your windows install disk.