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You’ve installed a new video driver, but you’ve found a problem with the display output after rebooting. Which of these would be the best way to revert back to the original video driver?

A) Downgrade the BIOS

B) Run System Restore

C) Restore from backup

D) Perform a Windows repair installation

E) Use the Recovery Console to replace drivers

F) Pretend that nothing happened, turn off the computer, and walk away

The answer: B) Run System Restore

System Restore can be used to recover from many different configuration changes, including operating system updates, driver upgrades, and application installations.

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If you are experiencing a security-related problem, then you’re going to need the right tools to get your systems up and running again. In this video, you’ll learn about anti-virus software, the Windows Recovery Console and Command Prompt, System Restore, pre-installation environments, and the Windows Event Viewer.