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Windows 7: Need some advice on Windows 7 CBS Log and System Restore Event ID

10 Sep 2016   #1
Microbell

Windows 7 Pro 64bit SP1+Updates
 
 
Need some advice on Windows 7 CBS Log and System Restore Event ID

Greetings Gents,

Well I'm back with a new issue. If you read my last post's that talked about cleaning up the BAG registry entries that's been going fine with no issues. Now my new issue may or may not be related to it but I need your advice about it.


Problem:

Last night I was checking Windows Event logs and notice an error "Event ID 16388 and 8193" and both were attributed to "Windows Failed to make a restore point" at a system checkpoint. So after I investigated the issue the protection for "Local Disk (C: ) (System)" was OFF. It was on and I never turned it off! So I turned it back ON and made a restore point "as all the others had been deleted" rebooted and checked to make sure it remained ON. (It Did)

I have however noticed a new listing that wasn't there before in the "Protecting Settings" which is a folder (C: ) (Missing) and it's protection is set to ON and I can't configure it's "Disk Space Usage" as it reads 0 bytes. Now I'm assuming this "(C: ) (Missing)" folder is actually the SSD's 100mb "System Reserved" as it used to be greyed out in Disk Management and now it's not.

So I ran SFC and found and repaired some corrupt system files (CBS Log files attached) but that folder still shows. I Rebooted and ran SFC again and it found no violations but that log file still shows Windows moving things around in the "WinSxS" which I assume is normal.

So my questions are:

1. What turned System Protection OFF?
2. How that folder "(C: ) (Missing)" got created and what to do about it?
3. Any issues in the CBS log files attached?
4. Could either "CCleaner Enhanced" (though I did not check mark any of the new settings yet and uninstalled as a precaution) or "Priv Shell Bag Analyzer/Cleaner" (Which I've run before with no issues) caused this as neither touch the "Restore Points" unless you tell it too and those settings are not Checkmarked?

**NOTE**

The system is running and booting fine so I have no issues in that regard and Event Viewer is showing no events for System restore (or anything else) in the last few reboots.

I'm attaching 2 log files to this post!

CBSLog1 <------- First log created which fix the access violations.
CBSLog2 <------- Found no Violations but still moving stuff in the WinSxS folder

Any Thoughts?




Attached Files
File Type: rar CBSLog1.rar (53.8 KB, 1 views)
File Type: rar CBSLog2.rar (53.3 KB, 1 views)
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10 Sep 2016   #2
torchwood

W7 home premium 32bit/W7HP 64bit/w10 tp insider ring
 
 

Hi Microbell,
Although you have turned restore(protection) back on, did you >>configure<< it.
see screenshot.

Roy


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10 Sep 2016   #3
Microbell

Windows 7 Pro 64bit SP1+Updates
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by torchwood View Post
Hi Microbell,
Although you have turned restore(protection) back on, did you >>configure<< it.
see screenshot.

Roy

Yes I Did.

It's set at about 5% (12GB) which generally gives me about 5-6 restore points before they cycle out.
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13 Sep 2016   #4
Microbell

Windows 7 Pro 64bit SP1+Updates
 
 

Shameless Bump.

Still looking for info about that "(C: ) (Missing)" folder that now shows up under "Protection Settings".
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