Posted 30 May 2011 - 01:55 AM
You can try re-enabling the System Restore through some registry keys.
Go to Start -> Run, and type in "regedit" without quotations.
With the Registry Editor, look for the key:
If there's a value in the right-side pane called "DisableSR", double click on it and make sure there's a "0" (without quotations) in the data field. If there's no "DisableSR", then right-click and make a new one of DWORD type and put "0" in it.
Next is to re-enable the System Restore service.
Still with the Registry Editor, look for the key:
Double-click on the "Start" value in the right-side pane and make sure there's a "0" in it. The "0" is for an automatic startup.
Restart your computer and post back with any updates.