Restore point problem

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Why is it that the "Start" button is missing & application program(s) won't
run after we opted for a "Restore"(Puspose was to elude some of the stubborn
adware) in a particular date that we established as a restore point.
 
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Restoring your system will not rid it of spyware.

Ted Zieglar

"alfred_771" <alfred_771@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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> Why is it that the "Start" button is missing & application program(s)
> won't
> run after we opted for a "Restore"(Puspose was to elude some of the
> stubborn
> adware) in a particular date that we established as a restore point.
 
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"Ted Zieglar" wrote:

> Restoring your system will not rid it of spyware.
>
> Ted Zieglar
>
> "alfred_771" <alfred_771@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:FD3861A8-48A5-4C66-BA02-BA815AA788A0@microsoft.com...
> > Why is it that the "Start" button is missing & application program(s)
> > won't
> > run after we opted for a "Restore"(Puspose was to elude some of the
> > stubborn
> > adware) in a particular date that we established as a restore point.
>
> I knew it when I try to vrify again, it is still there. Anyway, What I would like is to undo restore and back to last time that it was working properly 'cause I believe that the copy of that restore point was corrupted along the way. Is there a method or procedure to revert back to normal state? The computer I was referring to is my friend's computer and still down 'til this moment.

Any assistance or advice is higly appreciated.

alfred_771