Re: system restore



lvee
07-10-2005, 02:07 AM
"lvee" <notmesothere@msn.com> wrote in message news:...
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> "lvee" <notmesothere@msn.com> wrote in message news:...
>> Go to
>> 1. HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
>>
>> click on the + sign to expand the hkkey_local_machine
>> then scroll down to
>>
>> 2. software, click on that and scroll down to
>>
>> 3. Policies...click on that and scroll to
>>
>> 4. Microsoft...click on that and scroll to
>>
>> 5. WindowsNT...click on that and scroll to
>>
>> 6. System restore...click on that and then look for , on the right side
>> of your screen (it's called a pane, and is separated from the left of
>> your screen by a dividing line) DisableSR.
>> Now, right click it and select delete. Then, close regedit and reboot
>> your system.
>>
>> "A Pires" <APires@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> news:14381FCA-2EFE-4A8B-AF46-E532318DC2A9@microsoft.com...
>>> Ivee I have 5 directories on registry editor and they are called as
>>> folow
>>> HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT
>>> HKEY_CURRENT_USER
>>> HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
>>> HKEY_USERS
>>> HKEY_CURRENT_CONFIG
>>> They are all full of files and i have no idea where to look!!!
>>> Can you give me a bit more information??? Please!!!! it will be
>>> appreciated
>>> if you could.
>>> Thank you very very much
>>> Amandio Pires
>>>
>>> "lvee" wrote:
>>>
>>>> First run a virus scan as well as spyware, malware, etc. Some of these
>>>> can
>>>> disable S.R.
>>>>
>>>> The, follow these instructions,
>>>>
>>>> In order to restore your system restore tab, you will need to edit the
>>>> registry. Be sure that you make a backup copy of the registry prior to
>>>> making any changes.
>>>>
>>>> Go to Start>> Run. Type in: regedit [Enter]
>>>>
>>>> Navigate to the following registry key;
>>>>
>>>> HKLM\Software\Policies\Microso­ft\Windows NT\SystemRestore
>>>>
>>>> Single click once on the entry; "SystemRestore" to empty its contents
>>>> into
>>>> the right pane.
>>>>
>>>> Find the entry "DisableSR", right click on it and delete it.
>>>>
>>>> "A Pires" <APires@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>>>> news:825E72E9-272F-41EE-885F-6E87D5F0B6E0@microsoft.com...
>>>> >i have windows xp with service pack 2 when i try to do a restore a
>>>> >message
>>>> > comes saying that: system restore has been turned off by group
>>>> > policy. to
>>>> > turn on system restore contact your domain administrator. I am the
>>>> > administrator and can not turn it back on when i right click my
>>>> > computer/proprties there is nothing relating to system restore it is
>>>> > driving
>>>> > me mad. can anyone please help????? please please prety please??
>>>> > Thank you
>>>> > Amandio Pires
>>>>
>>>>
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Re: system restore