All the best. It had changed my restore options to: Turn off system protection and max usage to 0 (zero)! Lesson learned, BACK IT UP OR RISK IT ALL! Should I force a shutdown, or let it keep operating? http://ict4m.org/system-restore/windows-xp-safe-mode-system-restore-not-working.php
Ask ! I don't know of any free programs that do exactly the same job as System Restore. When you’re on the desktop in Windows Safe Mode, type ‘System’ in the Start search box and press Enter when System Restore is highlighted. While some of this virtual wear and tear can be delayed by rigorous system maintenance and keeping malware at the gate, the time will...
There is another option to restore to factory settings and I had intended to go all the way to original factory settings, if option B had not worked. Choose the drive associated with the Windows installation you're trying to repair. The best way is to switch of system restore - reboot and switch restore back on again, this will remove all restore points.
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