How to perform a system restore point?
System restore points are basically like a time machine for your PC. Using a system restore point allows your system to travel back in time to an earlier state before your system may have started to experience software related issues. This is a great tool to use if it is available in situations such as:
- Receiving BSOD after updating windows.
- Receiving BSOD after recently installing new software or drivers.
- If a function suddenly stops working such as audio or Wi-Fi.
- If software/programs stop launching.
- To revert recently installed Windows updates.
- Please follow the instructions below to perform a system restore in windows.
Automatic Repair Menu Instructions
- If you are unable to access windows and only the recovery option menu, please follow the instructions below:
- After the system restore completes, the system will reboot into Windows if the restore was successful.