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Why am I getting a System restore fault


pittza

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My system restore on my PC running Windows 7 is not working, I get this error message- 'could not access a file, error ox80070005' whats going on and how do I fix it please?

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Nontek

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This might give you some guidance.

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difarn

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Sometimes this quick fix works.

Go to help and support option in start menu - type in turn off system restore, follow those instructions. Shut down, boot up, then turn on System Restore.

You could try to do a system restore with the User Account control disabled.

When you are trying to do a system restore do you have any usb devices plugged in to your PC. If so remove them.

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