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ok rock bottom again when i tried to restore it to a previous time it says that it cant cause it cant access a file cause one of my anti-virus is blocking it. The only one i have is malwarebyte only tho so i don't know. Anything other advices to slove this problem?
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http://windows7news....system-restore/

EDIT: Please try to not make frequent posts in short succession as this will hinder my ability to process what you are trying to say. System restore is telling you that anti-virus is blocking it? Please post a screenshot.

Edited by diabillic, 04 May 2010 - 06:26 PM.

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here it is

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Turn off UAC and try again.
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where can i turn UAC off?
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http://www.mydigital...c-in-windows-7/
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it still says the same error
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Next try a sfc /scannow from the command line.
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umm well i tried that advice from some other website and when i tried it, it says that i need to be administrator yet im the only using it
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If that doesnt work, then try to create a manual system restore point and restore to it. It seems that not being able to restore to certain points is a SID and permissions error so we will have to take a different route.
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forget my other reply it works now sfc/scan works now
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well im done scanning and it says it found no integrity violations
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Have you recently upgraded IE?
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if you mean internet explorer no it was already version 7 when i bought it
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Alright, if we have tried to run sfc /scannow, system restore doesnt work, no upgrade to IE that would cause icons to change to IE icons, and restored to default theme the next step is to do a repair install. This will also probably fix your system restore issue as well.

www.bleepingcomputer.com/tutorials/tutorial148.html
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