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TO RESTORE. To return what has been unjustly taken; to place the owner of a thing in the state in which he formerly was. By restitution is understood not only the return of the thing itself, but all its accessories. It is to return the thing and its fruits. Dig. 60, 16, 35, 75 et 246, Sec. 1.

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Better solutions will recognize industry-standard servers (Exchange, SQL, Oracle), providing auto-discovery of entire platform-specific database structures and log files, and allowing easy recovery through application-specific restore points.
Windows creates the restore points when you start XP for the first time, when you allow a Windows Update or unsigned device driver to install, before a system restoration, and during other events.
The new backup system creates restore points and takes a snapshot of the changes done on an individual account which are stored on the server for a period of one week.
"It was completely brand new, still in its packaging."<p>With a little more digging, Schouwenberg found multiple Windows system restore points, typically an indication that the machine had been updated with new drivers or software had been installed before it left the factory.