How to manually restore a computer

Computers have built-in restore programs to prevent the computer from becoming unusable after an update causes the computer to work strangely. You can access the built-in program by going through the start menu. It may take up to an hour to complete this restoration, but you will have a working computer as a result. Instructions
Turn on the computer . Once it starts, click on the round logo in the left corner.
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“System Restore” in the “Search programs and files” box and click “Enter”.


Choose the “Recommended Restore” option. Your computer will find a restore point that contains no errors. Click “Finish”.

Click on the Utilities folder and click on “Disk First Aid”.

Click on the main computer’s hard drive.

Click “Repair”. This will check the hard drive for any problems. Close the program once the verification is complete.

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