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System Restoe Point Cleanup


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waynf

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Have been endeavouring to do flush all previous System Restore Points as per instructions relating to malware removal by the followsing:

Start>All Programs>Accessories>System Tools>Disk Cleanup>More Options>System Restore>Cleanup.

However my Disk Cleanup does not show up on drop down list of System Tools, but has ended up under My Computer>Properties>Disk Cleanup, but there is no indication of any "More Options". There is mereely the following headings:

"General-Tools-Hardware-Sharing-Quota"

How Disk Cleanup ended up over under Computer>Properties, I'll never know, because it used to be under System Tools.

Please Advise

Waynf
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I am not sure I understood what you wrote down but if you try to remove all restore points go to My Computer > Properties > System Restore > Check "turn off system restore on all drives" > apply > ok. Reboot the computer and recreate the restore points on all disks.
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