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  1. Posts : 71,286
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       #40

    hollyoaks777 said:
    Brink said:
    Hello Hollyoaks,

    This may work better for you for this instead.

    System Restore Point : Create at System Startup

    Hope this helps,
    Shawn
    I will try that way later mate thank you. Just another question in the triggers window I have 2 triggers to run at start up and they are both at the same time 10am. Should I have 2 or 1?
    You're welcome Holly.

    It really just depends on if you wanted one created for each trigger or just one of the triggers. If just one, then you can just delete the other trigger. Please let us know how it went. :)
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  2. Posts : 2,393
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       #41

    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?

    Best Regards,
    FredeGail
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  3. Posts : 6,349
    Windows7 Pro 64bit SP-1; Windows XP Pro 32bit
       #42

    FredeGail said:
    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?

    Best Regards,
    FredeGail
    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.

    Mike

    Didn't realize you were on Brink.
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  4. Posts : 71,286
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       #43

    Hello FredeGail,

    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. :)
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  5. Posts : 2,393
    Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate: x64 (SP1)
       #44

    Brink said:
    Hello FredeGail,

    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).

    Hopalong X said:
    FredeGail said:
    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?

    Best Regards,
    FredeGail
    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.

    Mike

    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!!
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       #45

    Schedule Daily Create Restore Point


    I want to automatically create a restore point at 6 pm everyday. I managed to do it via help from this forum about 18 months ago. However my laptop was stolen last week and I have forgotten what I did - my new laptop is running Win7 Home Premium. Can someone please advise on what is now regarded as the easiest way to schedule the daily back up?
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  8. Posts : 71,286
    64-bit Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter
       #47

    Hello George,

    In addition, you might see if this may be able to help as well for a more customizable option. :)

    System Restore Point : Create at System Startup
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  9. Posts : 38
    Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit
       #48

    If you go to the search bar in the windows menu that pops up when you press the windows key and type, "create restore" a link will appear that will send you right to the "Create Restore Point" screen.

    Just a tip to skip a few steps.
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  10. Posts : 229
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       #49

    I have used elevated see if all shadow copies is working and its allocated space. I note that no matter what size I set the allocated amouint is zero..is this the problem..maybe or is this normal. see attached elevated results
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails System Restore Point - Create-shadow-coppy-availability.jpg   System Restore Point - Create-restore-10-set-before-adjustment.jpg   System Restore Point - Create-restore-resized.jpg  
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