since i formated my pc (something like 4 months ago) i happend to try to restore my system to some point i create.
however the restore fail and i thought that i at least ganaa try to cancel it... and it fail too.
well i thought it probabaly was pure coincidence because the system failed to restore and not had some to restore after that because it failed.
but today.. after i install the last VIA sound driver
for my mobo i happend to get BSOD on the start up... i try to do a restore (i create restore point before i install that driver) and then it end up failed again ... i found a way to fix my BSOD issue that was caused by this curse driver.. but System Restore dosn't seem to work :\ it let me create restore point, claim that "create the restore point successfully" but in real time it Not working.... i don't want to do system repair because it probably make my system to be out of balance... and i want to keep it as last resort.
any suggestions what should i do ? :| before i formated (something like 4 months ago) i was able to restore my system many many times, after i formated i don't try to restore alot but when i had a good reason to this thing not working...
ok i just tried to turn OFF system restore on all of my HDDs (i have 3),
change it to ON again,
tried to create a test point,
and again i got this message
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my system is in Hebrew btw so don't worry, it not some gibberishs.
"the message say: System Restore failed to restore. Your files and settings have not been changed."
System Restore failed to restored the entry, (not sure if "entry" is the right word here..)
the restore point was defective or was deleted in the restore process". (and btw.. it not true.. the restore points still there and the restore process said that it was complieted before it restart my pc and show this message ...)
"You might want to try System Restore again and choose a different restore point.
For more information, see System Restore: frequently asked questions."
also i not dual booting ...
how can i fix Only the system restore "tool" without to repair the whole system?? : O