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Oh! and to correct your idea on costing to much real estate with system restore. 


Every time you shut down your computer system restore takes a snapsot of any changes made and stores the changes.


So you are already using it.  It is part of windows..  :thum:

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Thank you James,


I have to emphasize that none of my issues stem from user ignorance. I do not not use system restore because I don't know how to, but because I choose not to. I rely on an image I create of a working system. However I hadn't made a backup of my image and my NAS crashed. So that would be a consideration to start using system restore, unfortunately I've had bad experiences with it.

Btw, as far as I know, windows does not take a snapshot of its system files with system restore disabled.

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