Quote: Originally Posted by Brink
Depending on how powerful your system is, it wouldn't be unusual to notice a bit of a performance drop while a restore point is being created.
It's probably a refer to my memory is DDR2, due to my board doesn't support the new technology, DDR3.
- Which I'm defiantly annoyed about
I'm making image backups of the system, and saving it on the D:/ drive (non-windows-disk).
Quote: Originally Posted by Hopalong X
Quote: Originally Posted by FredeGail
Thanks for this tutorial!
I noticed it's doing this automatically sometimes, and my computer will have a little delay on opening different types of Software (Windows Update took 5 sec for me to open), is it usual that the performance will slow a liiiiittle bit down while Windows is creating a restore point?
You should let Windows create Restore points then do your other tasks.
Just let it finish Restore points and System Images before doing added tasks a lot less likely that an error will occur in the Image/Restore point.
Didn't realize you were on Brink.
Defiantly, but it's such a small things as.. let's say.. opening Windows Update. But it's a no problem Best Regards,
FredeGail EDIT; OH MY GOSH, I have a badge! This is soooo big! Thanks to aaaall supporters!!