Win7 and 2003 small business edition Tags: Desktops Office Computers Windows 7 Last response: March 19, 2010 11:00 AM in Windows 7 Share Anonymous a b $ Windows 7 March 19, 2010 9:59:33 AM Hello, if I install my office 2003 small business edition on my desktop with win7 home premium it will not reboot the computer and tells me to restore it to a former date could you please help More about : win7 2003 small business edition anonymous1 a b $ Windows 7 March 19, 2010 11:00:05 AM You will need to tap the F8 key when starting up before windows loads. you then select System Recovery from there you select System Restore. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Upgrading SBS2003 - Online Exchange vs New Server for a < 20 user small business Forum SolvedProblems installing Office small Business 2007 on Win7 Forum Windows server 2003 sp3 small business and 1 5 tb external hard drive Forum Office Small Business 2003 on Windows 7? Forum server 2003 small business setup Forum Can Small business Server 2003 run on Windows 2000 Server? Forum How to connect Win2000 Small Business to Win2003 Forum How to connect Win2000 Small Business to Win2003 Forum INSTALL WINDOWS 2003 SMALL BUSINESS SERVER P2P Forum Small Business 2003 problem Activation Forum SolvedHelp Implementing Virtualized Servers in a small but steadily growing business Forum SolvedSmall Business Server Build Forum SolvedNeed help with choosing a small business server. Forum SolvedMy neighbor is starting a small billing business and has asked me to help design the network. Forum Solvedwhat is the best wireless router for a small business 20-24 computers? Forum SolvedWireless Router for Small Business (20-24 laptops) Forum SolvedCloud Computing for Small Business Forum SolvedSmall business email archive/backup system? Forum SolvedMultiple routers in a small business office setup Forum SolvedSmall business data protection question Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows 7 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Laptops !