asked on 17th Aug 2011 | 1 Answers | Answer It!
In this case please try these steps
• Make sure that System Restore is enabled.
• Make sure that you have sufficient disk space on all the drives where System Restore is enabled
• Click start button and type services.msc, hit Enter. Make sure that the Volume Shadow Copy & Task Schedular Services is running and set on Automatic.
• If the Status of System Restore Service is not Started, Start it. Also set it on Automatic if it is not.
• Restart the computer and try to create the restore point now.
• Type eventvwr.msc /s in Start Menu Search Box & hit Enter to open the Event Viewer.
• Double-click on Applications & Services Logs and see if you are able to evaluate the event description or the cause of problem.
• Reset the Repository. Boot into Safe Mode without networking and open a command prompt as administrator.
• Now Type net stop winmgmt and hit Enter. This will stop the Windows Management Instrumentation Service
• Next go to C:\Windows\System32\wbem and rename the repository folder to repositoryold
• Now again open a command prompt as administrator, type net stop winmgmt and hit Enter.
• Next Type winmgmt /resetRepository and hit Enter.
• Restart the computer
Check the resolution.
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