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You might also try to run HiJack This which is free and then post the log to this forum to see if there is anything obvious that is lurking in your I don't know if I can help you but I will try. Thanks so much for trying to help me. CONTRIBUTE TO OUR LEGAL DEFENSE All unused funds will be donated to the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF). http://allconverter.net/system-restore/system-restore-is-not-able-to-protect-your-computer-please-restart-your-computer.html

Helpful +0 Report Eoghan Aug 31, 2008 12:18AM Hello, I am desperate...can anyone help...Please! Good chance they have pretty nasty malware in it! This is the best place I have found for those problems that I just can not figure out. What causes System Restore Is Not Able To Protect Your Computer errors? 3.

With all your problems I think I would back up all my documents "If not done already" and then do a full re-install. To delete old restore points, you can use the option below the slider to delete all restore points and previous versions of files (which I would not recommend), or only delete Also, My Active Desktop works...sort of. reboot and try again".

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Quite a bit of Google searching seems to show that security updates link to some or all of these effects. 08-14-2009, 02:04 AM #4 Johnny Tremaine Registered User I was doing a restore to an earlier date, and it did not restore. Helpful +0 Report brakers 119Posts Sunday August 17, 2008Registration date November 29, 2009 Last seen Sep 30, 2008 01:42AM Hi There Sorry to hear you are having trouble. I had previously been able to access System Restore by right clicking on My Computer, then clicking on Properties, then on the System Restore tab presented as part of System Properties,

It was great to find someone like you prepared to do what you could to assist someone in trouble. Go back to the downloaded file and make sure the extension is "reg" not "txt" or any other one if not change it. When I knew I was going to be away I decided to take the easy way out, so I left the computer in for service with a professional computer expert. A miracle!

My email address is [email protected] To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Same problem. A friend had virus could not do defrag set restor-point and otherthings I have ran scans and have fixed every thing but resore-point.

Configuration: Windows XP Professional, SP3, Internet Explorer 7.0 Report brakers- Aug 31, 2008 08:51AM Hi There I am sorry the fix I put on this site did not help you and check my blog Try going into safe mode log in as an administrator and create another user account then log into that account and see what happens then. Results 1 to 6 of 6 Thread: System restore is unable to protect your computer Thread Tools Show Printable Version Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode When the files have copied over reboot your machine.

Now, I wonder if system restore itself conflicts with the Backup creation service... also have norton and ad-ware installed. Finally your solution found effective for me. __________________ Helen Greene: http://www.osamresume.com/ Reply Anatole May 19, 2016 at 8:31 pm Your the greatest! this content Post the full text of each different error message you get, NOT just the error number.

Then Advanced->Copy to children. Report Anonymous- Jul 27, 2010 08:19PM My thought is, NEVER INSTALL SPYWARE. I have been trying to reset my windows laptop since 3 days.

It game me a page full of codes which I can't understand at all.

I even did the repository reset, the volume shadow copy, and NOTHING. Is there some way that I can flush out whatever has entered and hijacked my PC? Report fireripper› brakers - Feb 8, 2009 05:05PM Thanks a bunch mate ! I found some post that suggested a virus could put a "rogue firewall packet filter" but I have no idea how to check or clean where it put such a thing.

If you don't, you will have to decide whether the $89.00 price for SpinRite is worth it. If your PC doesn't have critical files, photos, music, videos, etc., then I recommend a clean re-install. THEN I ran System Restore.. http://allconverter.net/system-restore/system-restore-not-able-to-protect-your-computer.html When I try to run system restore I get the following message:>"System restore is not able to protect your computer.

Any suggestions. Resetting .EXE, .COM, & .BAT associations in the Windows Registry. I have similar yet different problems with my computer. Trying to do a system restore don't work!!

Manufacturers use codes to identify what caused the problem. Yes I know it's a pain in the A** but it will be worth it. I am not too sure where you are with this?? Report Venk› brakers - Dec 22, 2008 12:13AM I had the same error..

ESET is my antivirus, with clean scans. Obviously I have tried that..... Only thing is I removed all my anti-spyware and ad-ware because they were getting so many errors-though they might be part of the problem. First thing first when did this first occur???

Kindest Regards Tony B. PLEASE help me!!!