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Can not get Erunt to work


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bamakodaker

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Hello,

I downloaded Erunt but kept having windows reading files missing from Erunt. I deleted it thru Control Panel, downloaded Erunt, reinstalled it and rebooted. Now it can't save 'Restore Points'.

I have a window/flag - WRU for Windows NT
Unable to creat tile;
C:\Windows\ERDNT\11-17-2010\ERDNT.INF
Registry backup will continue, but no restore information for the ERDNT program will be saved. This means that later restoration of the registry can only be done manually, by using another OS to copy back the files.

What? Vista Service Pack 2

Any thoughts?

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Automatically Backup Your Windows Vista Registry Daily Using ERUNT
http://www.winhelpon...ly-using-erunt/
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So I need to erase Erunt and following instructions from link in previous response?
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C:\Program Files\ERUNT\README.TXT

Uninstallation
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Use "Add/Remove Programs" in Windows' control panel to remove ERUNT
from your computer.

Or, if you downloaded the zipped version: Delete the ERUNT folder,
delete the appropriate desktop icons.

(You may also want to delete all restore folders you have previously
created with the program.)


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