Performing miscellaneous checks: * Windows Firewall Disabled [HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\SharedAccess\Parameters\FirewallPolicy\StandardProfile] "EnableFirewall" = dword:00000000 Checking Windows Service Integrity: * NtmsSvc [Missing Service] * upnphost [Missing Service] * WmdmPmSN All the services are already turned off, except for DHCP. I'm still dealing with finding files that aren't there in the folder or they are invisible. I do to enable System Restore and it says do you want to enable I click yes, then when I try to go to it again it says the same thing. Check This Out
Report please help- Feb 27, 2009 05:00PM Hello, I have been reading the website, and I cant download the system restore application can you pleASE send it to me. Configuration: Windows XP Professional, SP3, Internet Explorer 7.0 Report brakers- Aug 31, 2008 08:51AM Hi There I am sorry the fix I put on this site did not help you and When I knew I was going to be away I decided to take the easy way out, so I left the computer in for service with a professional computer expert. I thank you very much and wish you well Report paul.gerrard 1Posts Saturday December 12, 2009Registration date December 13, 2009 Last seen › brakers - Dec 13, 2009 12:36PM cheers mate https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/all/system-restore-is-not-able-to-protect-your/098cd590-484a-4e17-82a2-79c0b7162e4c
No sense tempting fate. Click apply/ok, then reboot. Insert it and then follow these steps. Can you clarify "booting results in BSOD"!
He was inclined to think that it might be something to do with the way I installed Office and SP3. I tried safe mode - no luck. > > "System Restore is not able to protect your computer. I have tried the .reg file, and when I click it it says "can not import, specified file is not a registry script. https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/485031/system-restore-is-not-able-to-protect-your-computer/ Suddenly my laptop froze and the screen turned pink.
Copyright © Techzonez 2002-2017 Search Sign Up Log In Home Forum How To Download News Encyclopedia High-Tech Health Sign Up Language English Español Deutsch Français Italiano Português Nederlands Polski हिंदी Bahasa Double-click D_WORD Start, and set the value to 4 to stop the service from starting or to 0 for normal startup. Off to a great start Microsoft Office - "The operating... I know two other mates who had problems with their computer when they installed SP3 although I must admit their problem was more sever than yours.
When the files have copied over reboot your machine. I don't think it was the virus itself, rather because I ran Smitfraud as one of the 'solutions'. As for the sysrestoreenable.reg it is light blue as you mentioned. Any suggestions.
Report Lee- Jan 2, 2009 09:18PM I have THE EXACT SAME THING. http://placedroid.com/system-restore/system-restore-cannot-protect-your-computer-and-worse-a-total-nightmare-timewarp.html If you are reading this you are on the internet so go to the fix listed above and download it save it to disc and install it on your computer. Regards Tony B. Regards Tony B.
Report brakers 119Posts Sunday August 17, 2008Registration date November 29, 2009 Last seen - Jan 10, 2009 01:44PM Hi There Sorry to hear you have problems. YIKES!!! All rights reserved. this contact form Your computer could be infected with a virus.
Show Ignored Content As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy! I have search for a solution to your problem but it seems to only refer to Windows XP. Can you help?
Your address book, emails etc then if anything goes wrong you only have to reinstall or revert back to when you got the PC to the original settings. jeff Report brakers 119Posts Sunday August 17, 2008Registration date November 29, 2009 Last seen - Apr 4, 2009 05:32AM Hi There go to start and then run in the run box It will scan and the log should open in notepad. · Click on "Edit > Select All" then click on "Edit > Copy" to copy the entire contents of the log. Kindest Regards Tony B.
To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Report brakers 119Posts Sunday August 17, 2008Registration date November 29, 2009 Last seen - Jan 7, 2009 05:57PM Hi There NO its will not restore your computer to a previous state. PC Review Home Newsgroups > Windows XP > Windows XP Performance > Home Home Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Articles Articles Quick navigate here Regards Tony B.
same problem as whats described above. Regards Tony Report Mike- Jan 11, 2009 06:16PM > Hi Tony, > > Thank you for responding. Please restart your computer, then run System Restore again...When I did this I was once again presented with the last message but there was no other change or improvement. PC Review Home Newsgroups > Windows XP > Windows XP Performance > System Restore is not able to protect your computer...
restart the computer and try again " Restarting the computer has no effect.. So I took the plunge and deleted all the files from C:\System Volume Information and D:\System Volume Information. I'd only this morning done an AV in safe mode, so tried to do system restore. Mark your thread as "solved" if you believe it to be so. 08-14-2009, 07:17 PM #7 RobotGymnast Registered Member Join Date: Aug 2009 Posts: 6 OS: Windows XP
Please let me know what discs etc you have with your computer and what operating system you have installed and which service packs you have installed and well take it from Only problem is that a message is saying I can't do it in safe mode. Report Greg- Feb 13, 2009 01:12PM oops, meant to write SDFix, not smitfraud. Thanks for replying.
Just about 5 days ago my son downloaded what he thought was a game hack for some stupid game he plays online (you can immagine what I had to go through Report fireripper› m1k3 - Feb 9, 2009 03:09PM lol well the TEXT FILE I mean :) Report m1k3 2Posts Sunday February 8, 2009Registration date February 9, 2009 Last seen - Feb However, when run, the resulting downloaded file asked...Do you want to write this line to the registry...but it didn't display the line. Click the Log On tab, click Local System account, and then click OK.