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System Restore Is Not Able To Protect Your System Restart

Check them out. from previous posts is this a problen? To learn more and to read the lawsuit, click here. 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). weblink

Thanks for replying. derek Report brakers 119Posts Sunday August 17, 2008Registration date November 29, 2009 Last seen - Mar 3, 2009 01:19AM Hi Derek You must be on the internet to access this forum. Report Bensol 1Posts Thursday April 9, 2009Registration date April 10, 2009 Last seen › brakers - Apr 10, 2009 06:07AM I managed to resolve the issue using your solution and the Post the full text of each different error message you get, NOT just the error number.

Run System Restore From Safe Mode If you get any problems while running System Restore, or System Restore did not complete successfully, try running System Restore in Safe Mode. Good chance they have pretty nasty malware in it! Please do not worry, that is normal. Regards Tony Report Mike- Jan 11, 2009 06:16PM > Hi Tony, > > Thank you for responding.

Hello and welcome to PC Review. Configuration: Windows XP Professional, SP3, Internet Explorer 7.0 Helpful +0 Report Eoghan Aug 31, 2008 03:56PM Hello, Many thanks for your speedy reply. Many thanks Report GIT› brakers - Dec 23, 2009 08:48AM Thanks a lot dude, this information was very much helpful Helpful +4 Report Benny Jan 15, 2009 03:56PM Got up to My problem is considerably bad.

after it the whole OS was in a complete disaster (couldn't do a thing). screen resolution, removed from my start menu the "administrative tools" option, got rid of my wallpaper, and god know how many more I'll find. Additional Consideration: Make Sure Restore Points Are Being Created Just to be on the safe side, check regularly that restore points are being created because the last thing you want is But when I click on the "Restore/Enable system restore" I just end up with a script thing.

I am at a loss on how to solve this problem, without doing a full recovery. Report brakers 119Posts Sunday August 17, 2008Registration date November 29, 2009 Last seen - Apr 9, 2009 06:16AM Hi There if you havn't sorted this out go into windows explorer and Report brakers 119Posts Sunday August 17, 2008Registration date November 29, 2009 Last seen - Apr 10, 2009 05:59AM Hi There Once you have downloaded the file from the link below you What were the Event Viewer results ?

Although you system could be repaired without a full system restore the lengthy process of trying to eradicate the problem from a distance makes it more sensible to start again. Cannot make System Restore function, keep get message restart your computer. Thanks so much for trying to help me. James Report m1k3 2Posts Sunday February 8, 2009Registration date February 9, 2009 Last seen › brakers - Feb 9, 2009 03:39PM Hi, I have tried to follow what you have said

Just to make sure check the file name of the file you downloaded it should be 'sysrestoreenable.reg'. have a peek at these guys Helpful +0 Report brakers 119Posts Sunday August 17, 2008Registration date November 29, 2009 Last seen Sep 30, 2008 01:42AM Hi There Sorry to hear you are having trouble. I used the registry thing, I was able to download it and it says it worked but I still cannot use system restore. you're a good man.

I tried another date, and it did not work. Once you OK out of that, a number of additional folders should become visible in the root directory of your Windows drive. I can't even find the file that everyone's talking about on the forum.. check over here If you don't, you will have to decide whether the $89.00 price for SpinRite is worth it.

Now click on More Options, and then on Clean up. Nice job SpinRite 6. I tried all of things suggested here, except reboting from disk,I bought my computer used and it didn't come with one (I'm aware that this may be my only solution, but

Now go back into systemrestore the 3rd time and create a restore point to see if it works.

I then emptied the recycle bin of 2.9G of JUNK. Do you do P2P filesharing ? Unfortunately I didn't afterwards get to speak with the man that did the work, so I still don't know what actually caused the trouble. to no avail.

double click on it and 'run' it. I called Microsoft for help and they asked me to use a home 7 edition from other computer to reinstall it then recover the system from the original D:/recovery... Find her on Twitter (@jecw). this content I can't also see the Program Files and they are there since I can use programs as Fruity Loops, Mozilla, DSL Browser, Burn CD's, etc.

they want me to purchase a new windows 10 for $100 for my old computer. After that completed, I was able to restart the services. This link has some wonderful help options but I need help only with the system restore. Report houston89- Apr 3, 2010 06:51AM okay I was freaked out thought I had a really bad virus I couldnt acess internet couldnt use system restore or load any programs, pluged

Regards Tony B. this time it loaded and at least I could see my desktop but since then i'm in some sort of semi safe mode - I cant do anything to files (copy,del,move) Now, I wanna know how to change the Group Policy settings, because I changed the System Restore settings to " Not Configured " but when I try it in regular mode Now, I can't see the Program Files and the link that u suggested us gives me lots of codes.