Help concerning the restore point feature

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acemaclace
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Help concerning the restore point feature

Post by acemaclace » Sat Jul 01, 2017 11:58 pm

I used DDU today, and perhaps I did so without taking the proper precautions.
Unfortunately whatever it (and by association 'I') did, broke my card in some way. Before my computer restarted, DDU running its course, I noticed it mentioned something regarding the creation of a restore point. Upon reviewing the extended logs It says it was successful in creating a restore point.

My question is: Will this restore point literally restore my card back to its former state? If so, how do I even access this restore point?
I've worked on this for about three hours now, so I didn't come here without at least giving it an honest effort.

If anyone could help I'd greatly appreciate it.
Thanks.

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Re: Help concerning the restore point feature

Post by Wagnard » Sun Jul 02, 2017 1:29 am

acemaclace wrote:
Sat Jul 01, 2017 11:58 pm
I used DDU today, and perhaps I did so without taking the proper precautions.
Unfortunately whatever it (and by association 'I') did, broke my card in some way. Before my computer restarted, DDU running its course, I noticed it mentioned something regarding the creation of a restore point. Upon reviewing the extended logs It says it was successful in creating a restore point.

My question is: Will this restore point literally restore my card back to its former state? If so, how do I even access this restore point?
I've worked on this for about three hours now, so I didn't come here without at least giving it an honest effort.

If anyone could help I'd greatly appreciate it.
Thanks.
Its a windows restore point, it purpose is to restore the system back to before running DDU in case something went wrong with DDU.

Here is some information about windows system restore: https://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows ... m-restore/

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