If you have Windows booted in Safe Mode, then a restore point will not be created before the System Restore proceeds.
In this situation, you will not be able to undo the System Restore.
You will need to reload Prolific 188.8.131.52 back to your PC.
If Windows tries to update this driver in the future, you must turn off automatic updates.
Maybe it wasn’t one of those reasons and you just changed a setting on your computer and now it doesn’t work.
Whatever you did (or didn’t do), when your computer stuffs up or think you may have a virus, what can you do about it; how do you fix it?
We'll explain how later.) Restore points capture the settings of your system at a point you know it was working well.
System Restore uses a feature called system protection that regularly creates and saves information about your PC's drivers, programs, registry, system files, and settings as restore points.
If you are having recent problems with Windows 10, then you could do a System Restore to restore Windows back to an earlier point in time, called a restore point.
This tutorial will show you how to do a System Restore to restore your Windows 10 back to an earlier point in time.
When you do a System Restore, system protection will automatically create a restore point before proceeding, so you can undo the changes made by the System Restore if needed.