Hoe to recover accidentally deleted preinstalled software

mikezells

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I accidentally uninstall my dvd suite software. How can i recover this software without using cd or downloads. I believed the installer is somewhere in my hardisk or in the system but i dont know where to locate it.can u help me???
 

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Crispy2007

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Use System Restore, to set it back to the date you brought it from, Go into Control Panel, System, system Protection tab (left hand side) and select "System Restore..."
 

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fadedrs

Lost in my own World
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system restore is the only way to do it with out using the recovery cd.

unless you have recovery software that was installed with the pc.
 

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    CABLE 15MBPS

MilesAhead

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Try ShadowExplorer. You can look through your shadow copies(made when you make a restore point.) It works almost like an undelete program. Look through the shadow copies by date. If you find what you want, export it. It should work better than an undelete because the entire file set should be there if a shadow copy was made.

It's a freebie. In fact I think it's in the Free Software List for Vista, which is where I noticed it.
 

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