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  • RDP9
    started a topic Undo Changes made by Advance SystemCare

    Undo Changes made by Advance SystemCare

    Months ago i used ASC to speed up some functions of my pc.
    Now i want to undo all changes it made.

    How can I do that?

  • RDP9
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    well, maybe ill use it later when i get another pc. probably ill need it :)

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  • wozofoz
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    Ignore what you don't want

    You can choose what ASC will change and what it will Ignore, after all, it's your Personal Computer :wink:

    Please read Usage of IObit Products (link in my Signature) to see all the features available

    All the best, woz of oz

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  • Melvin_Deal
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    There is an ignore list.

    As ASC is running, you can see the things it is getting ready to repair/fix/change on the right side in red text. After each section of the scan runs, you can click on the red text to view the changes about to be made. This will also "pause" ASC while you review the list. You can then place any items in the ignore list, and ASC will ignore them from then on. Perhaps this is a way you can continue to enjoy the benefits ASC offers, and not have to remove the entire tool. ASC is very fine software!:-D

    -Mel


    Oops... we did it again Woz, simultaneous posts!!
    Last edited by Melvin_Deal; Feb. 9th, 2010, 18:57.

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  • RDP9
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    well, i used ASC to speed up my pc, but there are some things that i did not liked, as forcin to end the log out or shutdown sound.

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  • Melvin_Deal
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    Not sure I understand you.

    Do you mean you used the restore function in ASC twice to the same restore point? If so, I would think you have done the exact same restoration twice. Don't see any harm in it.

    I'm curious as to why you are doing this anyway. Were you having some kind of problem with your PC?

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  • RDP9
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    what happens if i click restore twice to a single restore point?

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  • Melvin_Deal
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    Hi RDP9.

    You can use the restore function at the top of the main URL. Open it and you can choose the restore point that you want. It depends on how you have your system configured as to how many restore points you will have. There is some risk in going to a restore point from a long time ago though.:neutral:

    -Mel

    You can also use the System Restore function in Windows. (as a last resort)


    oops simultaneous post with Woz.

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  • wozofoz
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    Restore Center

    Welcome to the forum RDP9 :smile:

    Click on Advanced System Care Restore (top right)
    The backups you see in the right panel of Restore Center are Advanced System Care restore points for the changes Advanced System Care made and only those changes.
    Hopefully you have not deleted these backups

    See This Post for more information and a screenshot

    For helpfull information and tips please see Usage of IObit Products

    All the best, woz of oz

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