Leo van Rooijen

Backup restore question

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After Vista SP1 the connection to UMTS isn't stable anymore.

After sleeping mode I have te reset SnapVue to enable the connection again.

Before SP1 no problems.

I have a complete computer backup on DVD before SP1 , but till now it was not possible to restore the backup.

You have to start Vista from the installation disc, but I haven't got one or you have to use F8 while booting.

The menu does not have the option: backup restore.

Does anybody know the answer to my problem?

Thanks Leo

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After Vista SP1 the connection to UMTS isn't stable anymore.

After sleeping mode I have te reset SnapVue to enable the connection again.

Before SP1 no problems.

I have a complete computer backup on DVD before SP1 , but till now it was not possible to restore the backup.

You have to start Vista from the installation disc, but I haven't got one or you have to use F8 while booting.

The menu does not have the option: backup restore.

Does anybody know the answer to my problem?

Thanks Leo

Hi Leo,

To remove Vista SP1 simply perform a system restore. To do this in vista go to:

> start > Accessories > System Tools > System Restore

and then follow the onscreen wizard.

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Hi Leo,

To remove Vista SP1 simply perform a system restore. To do this in vista go to:

> start > Accessories > System Tools > System Restore

and then follow the onscreen wizard.

I have tried that; but all my restore points are after SP1 installation.

Leo

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Can't ity be removed in Add/remove Programs' (or whatever the Vista equiv is)?

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