windows 8 system restore
ronrpg 1 year ago
running win 8 used win 7 backup program that was included with win 8 system seems to have made copy of system disk and saved all my files but when i go to restore sysem it only give me the option to restore files not to replace system from image it made option is not on screen as it was in windows 7
i made a partion on my drive to hold the backup it is 300 gig of the tery byte drive
what happined to the restore like it was in windows 7
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