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Posted 04 December 2007 - 04:18 AM
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Edited by mhill2079, 04 December 2007 - 04:02 PM.
Posted 05 December 2007 - 07:57 AM
Is your drive partitioned or do you have a slave hdd too? If so, are they monitored for System Restore too? You'd have to stop monitoring those drives before you can turn it off on C.
When i try to run system restore from start, accessories, system tools, system restore, it says it is unable to protect my computer please restart and try again. Still says it after restart. If i try to turn off system restore from my computer. properties, it says system restore encountered an error trying to disable/enable one or more drives, restart and try again.
i did have a smitfraud virus a while back that i thought i had fixed all the damage from but i think it may have erased my ability to use system restore.
any help would be appreciated
(C:) is the system drive. You cannot turn off System Restore on this drive without turning it off on all drives. To do this, Click OK or Cancel to return to the System Restore tab.
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