Active Desktop Recovery Fix

When you need to find an Active Desktop Recovery fix, you can find many answers that do not really address the issue. Some of these answers are suggesting that you use a software that does not really help. The simplest Active Desktop Recovery fix does not involve any software that a person running Windows does not already have on their computer.

Thing You Will Need for the Active Desktop Recovery Fix:

  • Windows 95 or later
  1. Select the “Start Menu" from the taskbar. Go to “All Programs” and select the “Accessories” pull down menu. Expand the accessories tab to find the “System tools option.” If you think this part is extremely easy, you will be happy to know the process does not get harder.
  2. Double click on the “System Restore Option.” Windows brings up a dialog box that will ask you two questions. If you have difficulty making decisions, you may find it difficult to choose between the two. You do not want to create a system restore point. You want to use the option that is listed first in the dialog box to enact an Active desktop recovery fix.
  3. Hit the “Next” button. If you were thinking about calling a PC repairman, you have probably just saved yourself a hundred dollars or more. A computer repairman would do the same thing you have just done. Let system restore the program run and reboot the system when prompted. The system restore option takes the set up to an earlier point. You should set a restore point periodically.
  4. Let the software that will enact the Active Desktop recovery fix run. Now is a good time to go for a walk. Windows will take some time to restore your computer to its previous condition. The amount of time depends on your hard drive size, your computer's random access memory and on the processor speed. Reboot the computer when you come back. If you selected a restore point that was created before you started to have Active Desktop recovery problems, this procedure will solve most of them.
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