Quote: Originally Posted by JaeR0C
I would hope I won't have to resort to doing a system restore for this issue, but it seems like there nothing else that can help?
System Restore is an unfortunate misnomer.
This strikes unnecessary fear into a user's heart.
System Restore is primarily a registry restore to an earlier date.
Your system, unless you used one of those super-duper speed up and soup-up and tune-up your computer programs will have numerous restore points from which you can choose. RESTORE TO A PREVIOUS SYSTEM RESTORE POINT WIN |
type SYSTEM RESTORE |ENTER | NEXT |
check Show more restore points
(lower left)| Highlight
the desired restore point | Scan for affected programs
(lower right) |
make a note of affected programs | CLOSE | NEXT | FINISH
is the key with the wavy Microsoft flag on top.