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#1 AsgardBS


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Posted 17 October 2014 - 12:17 PM

Could a virus have deleted my restore points? I systematically create restore points on a regular basis. However when my computer would not boot properly I tried to go back to an earlier restore point, and received the message "No Restore Points Found"?  That doesn't make any sense. 


Is there a way of undeleting them? Where are they normally stored?


Your expert help is must appreciated!

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