|10 Apr 2014||#4|
To do this follow the steps given below:
To remove all the restore points:
->Click start button, select computer and right click on it and select properties.
->Click advanced system settings tab, now select system protection tab.
->Highlight partition c, click on configure button, and then click delete.
->Then repeat this steps for the other partitions too, if applicable.
Restart the VSS services:
->Click start button, in search box type services.msc and press enter.If you prompted for the authentication of password go with it.
->Double click the service volume shadow copy
->Click on the general tab, make sure that the startup type is automatic or manual. Then click the stop button under service status to stop the service.Now click the start button to restart the service.
Now manually create the restore point.
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|10 Apr 2014||#7|
Choose "create a restore point" from the list you then see.
If you can't then create a point, post back.
Pay attention to System Restore points over the next week or two and discover for yourself if new points are created.
On my PC, 6 or 8 are created automatically every month. Yours may vary a bit. Right now, I have more than a dozen since March 15; I didn't manually create any of them.
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