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You should restore your @wallet in the following situations: - You lost access to your wallet (you forgot its password, your wallet file is corrupted or your device stopped working/is lost). - You want to create a copy of your wallet on another device.
- Windows: `monero-wallet-cli --restore-deterministic-wallet` - في موجه الاوامر إكتب : `monero-wallet-cli --restore-deterministic-wallet`
Where can I find my mnemonic seed?
- [When should I restore a wallet?](#when-should-i-restore-a-wallet)
When should I restore a wallet?
- [What is the wallet restore height?](#what-is-the-wallet-restore-height)
What is the wallet restore height?
- [What is needed to restore a wallet from mnemonic seed?](#what-is-needed-to-restore-a-wallet-from-mnemonic-seed) إختر الإسترجاع من كَلِمات التكوين:
What is needed to restore a wallet from mnemonic seed? إختر الإسترجاع من كَلِمات التكوين:
![wallet password](/img/resources/user-guides/en/restore_account/wallet-password.png) ![wallet password](/img/resources/user-guides/en/restore_account/wallet-password.png)
Use the field `Seed offset passphrase` to enter your passphrase, if you have one. When you enter a passphrase, Monero GUI will use your mnemonic seed together with your passphrase to compute a new wallet.
This problem usually occurs when you set a restore height that is higher than the block height of the first incoming transaction to your wallet. To solve this issue, you will have to change the wallet restore height. Please read [this guide]({{site.baseurl}}/resources/user-guides/change-restore-height.html) for detailed instructions on how to do this.
This guide will teach you how to restore a Monero wallet from its @mnemonic-seed.
The wallet restore height is a setting that tells your wallet software at which block height it should start scanning the blockchain looking for transactions. Ideally it should be the number of the block which included the first incoming transaction to your wallet.
The `Restore wallet` page will be displayed:
Therefore, if you're unsure about the block height of your first incoming transaction, it's always better to set a lower restore height instead of a higher one.
The next page will display a summary of the wallet you are going to restore. Click on `Create wallet` button to restore your wallet:
The next field allows you to enter a `Restore height`. Even though this field is optional, it's not recommended to leave it blank, since setting a restore height makes your wallet synchronization faster. Ideally it should be the number of the block which included the first incoming transaction to your wallet:
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![restore-height](/img/resources/user-guides/en/restore_account/restore-height.png) ![restore wallet](/img/resources/user-guides/en/restore_account/restore-wallet.png)