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problem executing system restore

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#1 k12345


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Posted 05 February 2009 - 06:26 PM


I am attempting to execute the system restore wizard (Windows XP). I have no problem selecting the restore point, and then clicking next to confirm i want to continue with the system restore. The problem i have is when I go to click 'Next' again to actually carry out the sytem restore... I click 'Next' and nothing happens! I've tried choosing different restore points and running the wizard in safe mode, but still nothing at all happens when I click 'Next'.
Any advice or tips?

Thanks so much.

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#2 garmanma


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Posted 05 February 2009 - 08:59 PM

Can you reboot to Safemode and when the screen shows up, choose boot to last known good configuration?
At the bottom of the page in this link is a way to do it manually (that would be a last-ditch effort)
This can also be a sign of malware
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