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Put your XP pro disc in the drive Click Start then Run in the Run Dialogue box type 'sfc /scannow' without the quotes then click OK and wait for it to Advertisement Latest Giveaways Matrix Creator for Raspberry Pi Review and Giveaway Matrix Creator for Raspberry Pi Review and Giveaway Joe Coburn December 2, 2016 02-12-2016 AppKettle, The Smart Kettle (Review and Go to http://www.kellys-korner-xp.com/xp_tweaks.htm and download the script file on line 278 make sure you click on the "Restore/Enable system restore" and not the "Undo" file which is on the same line. I can get into safe mode and occasionally some of the other modes. check over here

Reply Gursharan Pannu February 27, 2015 at 12:12 pm It shows '' there was unexpected error in property page The volume shadow copy service used by system restore is not working Prior to trying SpinRite we were still able to access the drive intermittently but it was impossible to copy data or run a file undelete utility. Kindest Regards Tony B. Many thanks!

So I went back to Safe Mode, but when I started it up it said " System Restore has been turned off by group policy " or something like that. I thank you very much and wish you well Report paul.gerrard 1Posts Saturday December 12, 2009Registration date December 13, 2009 Last seen › brakers - Dec 13, 2009 12:36PM cheers mate When I try to run system restore I get the following message:> >"System restore is not able to protect your computer. Now the only leftover problem is system restore is not working.

I don't know if it was coincidental or actually helpful, but I reset the access permissions my my C: drive and all children. Thank you Juergen Report derek- Mar 2, 2009 10:04PM hey everyone. Kindest Regards Tony B. do you think you could walk me through this?

I mean the scan comes back clean now so the virus appears to be gone but the damange it has done remains. If you are reading this you are on the internet so go to the fix listed above and download it save it to disc and install it on your computer. Now I have the option to at least set a System Restore Point, now I can finally use my Task Manager Window as before. Does the Icon for the file you downloaded look like a light blue stack of bricks with the top right hand corner breaking up.

Thanks a lot! Here they are. 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. That saved me hours of ballache.

I tried > safe > mode - no luck. > > "System Restore is not able to protect your computer. 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 try to see for the hardware and then if its not good try to write here on the forum View all 63 comments Report brakers- Aug 19, 2008 03:31AM Hi There I had exactly the same symptoms as detailed by yavben in message of Aug 17.

I don't know if he was correct, but at least the trouble is now fixed and I am happy again. http://allconverter.net/system-restore/system-restore-is-not-able-to-protect-your-compute.html I currently get warnings of trojans. Lastly, I went into My Computer's Tools settings and turned Hide Protected Operating System Files back on. Go back to the downloaded file and make sure the extension is "reg" not "txt" or any other one if not change it.

restart the computer and try again " Restarting the computer has no effect.. Windows 7 already has a function for you to create system repair disks and images. Only problem is that a message is saying I can't do it in safe mode. http://allconverter.net/system-restore/system-restore-is-not-able-to-protect-your-computer-please-restart-your-computer.html V_R posted Dec 6, 2016 at 9:57 AM WCG Stats Tuesday 06 December 2016 WCG Stats posted Dec 6, 2016 at 8:00 AM Run-time Error '1004' Drak posted Dec 6, 2016

I am not too sure where you are with this?? I can't start them via "My Computer" either. Go to Start > Run In the run box type rundll32.exe advpack.dll,LaunchINFSection %Windir%\Inf\sr.inf (you can copy and paste this into the run box) Hit enter.

Regards Tony B.

Then rename mbam.exe in program folder - start it - scan. Regards Tony B Report Joelotau› brakers - Dec 19, 2008 01:29AM Thank you very very much, and my problem has been solved. Report Chrisand- Apr 25, 2010 08:43AM Tony B how do I get in touch with you I ahve the same problem with my Windows XP. I have tried the .reg file, and when I click it it says "can not import, specified file is not a registry script.

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These will create an image of your system when it’s stable and performing smoothly so you can restore your machine to that state in case it runs into problems. What I found, was that if I attempted to view the System Volume Information folder on my D: drive, I got an Access Denied error message, even though I am using Sign Up Now! Would like to send system back to a week ago.

Trying to do a system restore don't work!! But when I click on the "Restore/Enable system restore" I just end up with a script thing. Now all is well. Click on Browse and navigate to your Windows CD and select one of the following directories.

Sub Domain and A Records HDD disconnects/reconnec... I really would appreciate if you could walk me through this step by step so that Ican enable the system restore. The Dreamï is always betterï than the Reality [url="http://www.listbuilder4me.com"]Free Internet Marketing Videos[/url] Report helpless123- Sep 15, 2009 10:32PM Hi, I tried to save the file listed above to documents and then double click on it and it still