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Windows 7: System Restore Bug or Malfunction?

27 Dec 2014   #1
juanjotoronja

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
System Restore Bug or Malfunction?

Hello i've recently changed the time of system restore task execution from 12am to 12pm, not only because i use the most but also because i was seeing less restore points created. I've changed the maximum space used from 10 gb to 90 gb but there is only 2 restore points, you can see from the screenshots the last execution date was yesterday but in the restore point list figure 25/12 there should be more than 2 restore points as the task is executed not only on startup but also daily on 12 pm. Help?




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27 Dec 2014   #2
richc46

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Windows 10, Home Clean Install
 
 

Happy New Year
I am going to give you help that you would not expect; forget about system restore. Download the free Macrium Reflect. Then once a week or so, make an image to be placed on an external drive. Whatever the problem, virus, malfunction etc, just put back the image. It saved me 3 times, when restore was useless; especially with a virus.
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