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Please try these steps:
-Make sure System Restore is Active:
1.Click on Start, Programs, Accessories, System Tools, System Restore.
2.Click on System Restore Settings, on the left hand side of the window.
3.Make sure the option for (Turn off System Restore) is not checked.
4.Do this for any additional hard drives you have.
5.Click APPLY and OK, and then restart the system.
-Make sure the Service is being started:
Click Start, click Control Panel. On the left hand side of control Panel, click Switch to Classic View. Double click Administrative Tools, and double click Services. In the right pane, find the entry for System Restore Service.
Right click System Restore Service, click on Properties. Under the General Tab, make sure that "Startup Type" is set to (Automatic). Click the Log On tab, click Local System account, and then click OK. Once that is done, close all open Windows and reboot the system.
- You can run the system file checker SFC /scannow from elevated command prompt to check for any missing files.
-Run the latest antivirus scan on your system
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