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restore point

A copy of the contents of the computer's memory or a database. See snapshot.
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full system restore point support for cloning Microsoft Windows Systems restore points within Windows and improved partitioning and disk layout management.
You'll find steps for manual removal of DSO Exploit on the page, but you should only follow these if you're confident you know what you're doing, and use System Restore to make a restore point first in case you do something wrong.
Go to Start, Programs, Accessories, System Tools and select System Restore, then create a restore point and give it a name.
The problem might be XP's System Restore option, a feature that lets you set a configuration (called a restore point) your system can "return to" if a system install or update goes awry.
I recently created a restore point but when I check the only restore point was December 1899.
Users can choose the restore point by date (i.e., before the installation of particular software) or by one of the predefined system checkpoints.