How to restore the system volume information?


Always new things to things. It would be very happy to help. I just asked how to restore system volume information drive? I got malware stored in this drive (c:/System volume information). I was told to delete it and I had to restore it but don't know how to do it.

I have Windows XP.

Thank you

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