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Cannot make System Restore function, keep get message restart your computer. Right click on the file and rename the extension to 'reg' once you have done that double click on the file and it will ask you if you want to add Thnks for listening.. Kindest Regards Report Diony› brakers - Nov 24, 2008 12:10AM I just resolved my problem with your help. weblink

Report daley› brakers - Jan 16, 2009 08:59AM Thank you this works! Helpful +1 Report heinz Feb 10, 2009 12:17PM I followed the link Juergen put out there and it saved my PC!!!!! Click the stop button, then set the startup type dropdown to disabled. Report fireripper- Feb 9, 2009 03:07PM You have to give the text tile a .reg extension :) otherwise a text file will never execute anything , good luck.

Can you clarify "booting results in BSOD"! You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. Try going into safe mode log in as an administrator and create another user account then log into that account and see what happens then. Report Shaddos- Mar 10, 2009 06:57PM Thanks for letting us know what you stumbled onto.

As for the sysrestoreenable.reg it is light blue as you mentioned. By going to start then typed regedit in run, like Tony said. The only recent software I have added is "Call of Duty 2" and that was about 3 days before any of this happened and all seemed to be running fine. try to see for the hardware and then if its not good try to write here on the forum View all 63 comments Report brakers- Aug 19, 2008 03:31AM Hi There

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PLEASE help me!!! More About Us... And when was your last full scan and what were the results ? I'm still trying to figure out some system lockups but I'm = > sure I can deal with them.

System restore is not turned off in the My Computer properties. Then after> it is done doing it's deleting thing, reboot the computer. However, when run, the resulting downloaded file asked...Do you want to write this line to the registry...but it didn't display the line. Then reboot again just for the sake of it.

you can only import binary registry files from within the registry editor. have a peek at these guys That is unless you are lucky enough to know someone with a copy of SpinRite. Abarbarian posted Dec 6, 2016 at 10:27 PM Internet Links Jerry Tack posted Dec 6, 2016 at 8:18 PM FarCry 3 : Blood Dragon Ian posted Dec 6, 2016 at 3:52 Just click the sign up button to choose a username and then you can ask your own questions on the forum.

I don't have a system restore tab in my system properties dialog box. Now go back into system> restore the 3rd time and create a restore point to see if it works. Last letter City » Site Navigation » Forum> User CP> FAQ> Support.Me> Steam Error 118> 10.0.0.2> Trusteer Endpoint Protection All times are GMT -7. check over here Register Help Remember Me?
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Helpful +0 Report Eoghan Aug 31, 2008 12:18AM Hello, I am desperate...can anyone help...Please! Simon, Feb 16, 2004, in forum: Windows XP Performance Replies: 3 Views: 466 Unknown Feb 17, 2004 System Restore Will not Restore Computer Guest, Oct 28, 2004, in forum: Windows XP I don't know if it was coincidental or actually helpful, but I reset the access permissions my my C: drive and all children.

Obviously I have tried that.....

It "feels" like malware to me. If your PC doesn't have critical files, photos, music, videos, etc., then I recommend a clean re-install. Report becky- Jan 7, 2009 06:02PM its drivin me mad but thanks for your help anyway!! This might be a lengthy process and in the end it might mean a full system restore, however if you want me to try and help please E-mail me and we

My problem is considerably bad. Attempts to do a Restore don't work (The "next" button is non-responsive. Report Greg- Feb 13, 2009 01:12PM oops, meant to write SDFix, not smitfraud. this content Checking Registry for malware related settings: * No issues found in the Registry.

I finely installed sysrestoreable.reg on windows XP Home. I agreed to writing the new line, then the file added the unknown line to the registry and my problem immediately worsened. Thanks a million! Who is he?

Locate the sr.inf file, right-click it and chooseinstall.You may need to either insert your WinXP CD or know where your I386 folderis located on the hard drive. I also bought the Anti-virus called Intelinet Smart which didn't work and I think it's fake. Can you boot into safe mode?? All the services are already turned off, except for DHCP.

Rich Maus, Aug 6, 2003, in forum: Windows XP Performance Replies: 1 Views: 371 Jupiter Jones [MVP] Aug 6, 2003 System Restore not creating automatic restore points Charlie C., Nov 6, Please restart your > computer and then run System Restore again." > > Thank you in advance ~ Serenity > David B., Sep 30, 2008 #2 Advertisements Gerry Guest What and what/where is the registry editor? Regards Tony B.

Go to Start > Run In the run box type rundll32.exe advpack.dll,LaunchINFSection %Windir%\Inf\sr.inf (you can copy and paste this into the run box) Hit enter. Use Smitfraud with caution. Either \WINDOWS\Inf\i386\ or \i386\ depending on your CD structure. We removed the drive and installed it in an identical hardware configuration, then booted SpinRite 6 from CD and did a Level 2 recovery (see above for recovery level definitions).

Performing miscellaneous checks: * No issues found. Report beth-h› brakers - Feb 24, 2009 04:48PM I tried this and when I went to open the file, it opened in Notepad....Help? Regards Tony B. This is one of many links about SP3 and AMD systems problems http://www.tomshardware.com/news/Windows-XP-SP3,5334.html.

Only works after my PC is restarted.