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XP pro system, tried in safe mode got the same results. I am logged in as the local administrator. :help:
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Nope didnt add/remove drives a lot.
Click Start, then Run, type gpedit.msc, and click "Ok".
Go to "Computer Configuration", then "Administrative Templates", then "System", then "System Restore". Look in the right pane for "Turn Off System Restore". By default this setting is set to Not Configured. If its not, double click it and change it. If it is, set this policy to "Enabled", then apply the change. Then go back and set it to "Not Configured or Disabled". (Disabled does not disable System Restore, it disables the Policy that turns System Restore off).
I have to agree with TakeBK. On a properly maintained machine, System Restore will always work. I have never had it Not work on my machine and I use it a lot after ginking my machine (on purpose) trying to duplicate problems when helping user's here.
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