If you have system restore turned back on it should start making daily backups again, but I would check it to make sure and if it has not made one then you should make one. Erunt would not have made a system restore point, all it would have done is what it is suppose to do, make a copy of a copy registry. I suspect that is what you are referring to when you say Erunt made a restore point but that is just a copy of the registry that the program made and that is different than a system restore point.
Personally, I want both, a backup of the registry that Erunt makes on occassion when I run the program and my system restore points which system restore in start>programs>accessories>system tools>system restore creates daily on its own. Those are stored in the System Volume Information folder and you probably cannot open that folder to check if it so just check its restore dates in the program itself.
I already had a system restore point for the day that I installed Erunt so I did not manually make one before installing Erunt but I did make one manually after it was installed. I usually make sure there is a system restore point already made for that day before I install any program and then I usually make one after it is installed. Might be overkill, but I really like the system restore feature and have used it quite a bit whenever anything goes a little funky on my system. In fact, shortly after the first time I installed Erunt and ran it, I noticed the icons for my folders had changed and after trying to get them to revert back without success, I just uninstalled Erunt and did a system restore to before I installed it and it fixed the problem. It can take care of all kinds of little and big problems so I use it a lot and check it quite often to make sure it is still making its daily restore points.
I later reinstalled and used Erunt and nothing funky happened so I really do not know what changed my folder icons but whatever it was, system restore fixed the problem. I highly recommed making sure you have restore points in the system restore program.
Edited by Stang777, 09 March 2009 - 06:41 AM.