And thanks for the reply man. Other benefits of registering an account are subscribing to topics and forums, creating a blog, and having no ads shown anywhere on the site. Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc. Everything seems to have been > working fine. Check This Out
After I select a restore > > point, a box comes up that reads: "Changes made to drive(s) E: after > > this point cannot be reversed because the drive was I've now got System Restore working again thanks to all you guys. "Daave" wrote: > > My System Restore suddenly seems to have Your >>> computer cannot be restored to [your chosen date]". Daave, Aug 1, 2009 #4 ÆŽÐ¸Ã§Îµl Guest Link correction, Frequently Asked Questions Regarding System Restore in Windows XP
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More >> info: >> >> >> >> One way around this is to change the offending program's settings (if >> possible) or to downright uninstall it! How can I get rid of this drive J:? Click here to join today! Site Changelog Community Forum Software by IP.Board Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Need an account?
My PC then seems to go > through the normal preliminary stages for a restoration but, when Windows > restarts, the system appears to hang for a bit at the home The old system had a data partition, and the new system does not. Thanks for the video, i'll probably have to watch a few of those before I confident I won't mess anything up. by R.
Stay logged in Welcome to PC Review! his comment is here This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by our staff. More info: One way around this is to change the offending program's settings (if possible) or to downright uninstall it! After some experimenting, I have discovered that it doesnâ€™t > > matter what date I select for the Sytem Restore.
The 3.5 enclosure I linked to has a USB 3.0 interface for faster transfers if your computer has USB 3.0 or you get a computer in the future with USB 3.0. Drive E is the name usually given to the USB slot >>> where I plug in a memory stick / my external hard drive. For the latter, please see this page: Then again, the more important question is: Why do you need to run System Restore right now?
Reply With Quote 04-21-2007,03:35 AM #2 Paul Komski View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Visit Homepage View Articles Chicken-head-eating GeekModerator Join Date Oct 2001 Location N of the S Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: System Restore Point "Changes made to drive(s)" HELP!! In all cases, I get exactly > > the same message. > > > > I donâ€™t know whatâ€™s happened or what Iâ€™ve inadvertently done to cause this > > problem. Does this make any sense? "PattiWagen" <> wrote in message news:%... > > I recovered my system to factory default, installed software, and kept > checking system restore on each install.
Everything seems to have been > working fine. I'm not familiar with a SATA port though. In all cases, I get exactly the same message. http://placedroid.com/system-restore/system-restore-point-confusion.html Create a new restore point, then go > into Disk Cleanup and click the More Options tab.
Last night, though, I discovered that my System Restore has > stopped working properly. All rights reserved. Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. Log in or Sign up Computer Help Forums - Free PC Help Forums > Operating Systems World > Windows XP > Welcome Guest!
Some of those have proprietary interfaces and if those go bad, you are basically out of luck.