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System restore not working

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by HaloTop, Mar 3, 2020.

  1. HaloTop

    HaloTop

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    Hi,
    I am having troubles with Outlook 2010 downloading duplicate emails so I tried restoring my computer to am earlier date but it won't restore giving me the following error "An unspecified error occurred during system restore (0x80070005).

    I checked the System Properties under System Protection and the OS (C) (System) is On however the Recovery Folder is Off. Does this need to be On?

    Thanks in advance

    Kind regards - HaloTop
     
  2. Tony D

    Tony D Administrator Administrator

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    Hello again, I replied to your post about duplicate emails.

    System Restore often doesn’t work. Probably not anything you did. I’d run a malware check.

    It’s normal for System Restore to not monitor the Recovery partition. There’s no need because I’m pretty sure it’s Write Protected so changes can’t be made to it.
     
  3. SpywareDr

    SpywareDr Registered Members

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    Operating System:
    Windows 7
    Computer Brand or Motherboard:
    Main Computer: ASUS Maximus IV Extreme-Z P8Z68-M PRO
    CPU:
    Intel Core i7 2600K @ 4.00GHz
    Memory:
    16.0GB DDR3 2000MHz Corsair Dominator GT
    Hard Drive:
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    Silverstone 1200W Certified Dual/Triple/Quad SLI Silent Edition
    FWIW, one thing I've been fairly lucky with is to boot into Safe Mode, start the System Restore and when it reboots, go back into Safe Mode. If it worked you're good to go. Now boot Windows as you normally would.
     

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