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#1 Reena

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Posted 26 November 2011 - 12:16 PM

For some reason I am unable to access a website I have been visiting for five years. As I am editing an online magazine for the group and am in the middle of producing the latest issue I need to be able to access the artcles already posted as soon as possible.

I wondered if a programme might be causing trouble and decided to try System Restore to get back to an earlier time. SR., however, will not work. I keep getting the message :


failed while copying registry from restore point Error 0x80070570



I can access other sites but not the one I desperately need.

Any advice you can offer will be gratefully received and I offer my THANKS in advance.

If I have posted in an incorrect section, I apologise. I did try to search for the coreect one.


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Posted 26 November 2011 - 05:29 PM

Hi -
Can you please leave a link to the site so we can check if the fault is yours or the sites -

Thank You -

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Posted 27 November 2011 - 11:49 AM

noknojon : Thanks, but,no, it's my PC that is at fault.

Actually after posting this I found all websites inaccessible ; my e-mail site is down and even my printer access is lost. That means my PC has to be looked at by its creator!

I am back with my 6 year old Medion PC which has given me great service. (touch wood) and using the same router so that is Ok at the moment.

My thanks for your quesion.

ALL: Please ignore this post now as, sadly, my PC needs personal attention.




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