How to Enable System Restore (and Repair System Problems) on Windows 10


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With Windows 10, Microsoft seems to have disabled System
Restore by default — at least on some PCs. System Restore has
been around since Windows ME, creating snapshots of system files you
can restore if a problem occurs.

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Hi everyone,
Hi,
I have a laptop with 250 GB SATA HD that
has the following:
Win7 Pro installed first with sda1=system
reserved partition, sda2=C: drive, sda5=separate software application
programs to differentiate from Windows' Program Files. Ubuntu 9.10 was
installed next (sda6=common swap partition for all Linux distros,
sda7=Ubuntu root, sda8=Ubuntu home). Then Opensuse 11.2 was installed
with sda12=root and sda13=home. Finally FedoraCore11 was installed
with sda9=boot, sda10=root and sda11=home. Ubuntu and Suse have grub
loader in their own root partitions.
Suse's grub menu controls
all OS's. From this grub menu I can select Windows or
Ubuntu
I recently bought and installed Windows 7 Home Premium OEM onto my HP
G42 (which is now 2.5 years old). I had Win 7 home Premium on it when
I bought it, but the hard drive broke and I ended up getting a new
drive (Seagate Momentus 7200 750 GB 7200RPM SATA 3Gb/s 16 MB Cache). I
installed it onto there, and it seemed to be working fine for a few
start ups. Then when I tried doing an update, I got blue screened the
when rebooting, and it wouldn't let me back in.
From there, I
decided to completely re-install Win 7 (I really had nothing of value
on there), and that worked longer. It still had trouble doing an
update, but after trying it again, it worked fine. It was a few days
ago
Ubuntu

I recently deleted a bunch of temporary files from my hard drive
that are no longer needed, however, for some reason (read: bad
Microsoft software) the process of deleting them messed up my
installation. I have a decent system restore point available, however,
it is failing. System restore fails with an "Unspecified error"
0x80070780 and cites one of the files that was deleted.



I have no way to get these deleted files back, nor do I wish to
restore them anyway, however they are causing System Restore to fail.
Is there any way to tell System Restore to NOT try to restore certain
files within an existing restore point?

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I had a problem with a program that I thought I'd be able to solve
by doing a system restore.
The side effects however were too severe and made me undo the system
restore. After the undo, the problems weren't solved at all...



My computer boots as fast as it did before, but almost none of my
startup programs still start up. (in the task manager under the tab
where the startup items are, they're still listed and active)



If I shut down or restart, my system takes about 3-5 minutes to do
so (it stays in the windows 8 shutdown screen)



Programs take quite a while longer to boot up (where Word booted up
in about 3-4 seconds, it now takes about 20 seconds, the same is true
for Powerpoint and Visual Studio).



The last problem (that I currently know of) is that Outlook 2013
stays stuck at the splash screen and says 'loading profile'. I can't
get it to open at all, even in Safe mode it won't budge...



What can possibly cause this kind of behaviour? I already scanned
for registry problems with CCleaner and for malware with Malwarebytes.



edit: More problems found, if I try to go to the Windows Update
screen, explorer hangs, and when I try to run things like DISM or
sysscan in an elevated cmd, it doens't even start to do
something...

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Modern versions of Mac OS X no longer need you to repair
disk permissions. However, that’s not the only issue that can
occur with a disk or file system. Mac OS X contains a variety of tools
for repairing disk, partition, and file system errors.

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With Windows 10, Microsoft seems to have disabled System
Restore by default — at least on some PCs. System Restore has
been around since Windows ME, creating snapshots of system files you
can restore if a problem occurs.

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