|23 Sep 2009||#1|
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Help Please! Can't do system restore
My computer was fine until i install the Advanced system optimizer v3. Now my system give me a bsod on startup. I tried startup repair , but it couldn't fix it, so I try to do a system restore. After I chose the most recent time to restore, which is when I installed the damn ASO, I click next. The next screen asked me to check the drive that contain windows to restore, for some reason I can't check it. There is only one drive which is the "Local Disk (C (system)" on the status tab I see this message "You must enable System Protection on this drive" I don't think I ever disable it, or else I wouldn't have the restore points right? It wouldn't let me tick the check box on the C: drive. I have no idea what I should do next. Please help me. I'm on Windows 7 x64. I also tried the Last know good configuration, but it also gives me bsod, I tried to boot in safe mode, it also give me bsod.
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