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Windows Version: Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 3 Checking for Windows services to stop: * No malware services found to stop. sr.inf is located at C:\WINDOWS\inf\sr.inf - inf is a hidden folder. 2. I tried safe mode - no luck. "System Restore is not able to protect your computer. We used a level 2 setting in SpinRite: Recover Unreadable Data." There are many SpinRite reviews on the internet.

Please restart your computer, and then run system restore again."I have restarted and tried again but it still doesn't work.Any suggestions?Thanks 5 answers Last reply Oct 27, 2004 More about system I didn't try to do a system restore afterwards. = > After I cleaned up I got a backup copy of my registry. It is not listed in services.msc. It turns out that the permissions for that folder are a little screwed up.

restart the computer and try again " Restarting the computer has no effect.. Helpful +2 Report Dons Jan 18, 2009 09:56PM Will the registry tweak referenced in this string also work for Vista? I had to switch it off and on. Prior to trying SpinRite we were still able to access the drive intermittently but it was impossible to copy data or run a file undelete utility.

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I'm ready to dump the hard drive! OFf to find help. I have tried the .reg file, and when I click it it says "can not import, specified file is not a registry script. Can anybody please help me fix these problems?

Helpful +0 Report William Nov 7, 2008 06:48AM Hi there, If I click on the link it doesn't give me anything to download but instead just shows a lot of text. I an using NOD32 antivirus as well as Outpost firewall, both installed 2 weeks before Report brakers 119Posts Sunday August 17, 2008Registration date November 29, 2009 Last seen - Jan 19, Report nite› brakers - Jan 6, 2010 08:13PM when I try to enable sysrm restore it says app of dll failed then something about 32.exe I have spbot installed. Configuration: Windows XP Professional, SP3, Internet Explorer 7.0 Helpful +0 Report Eoghan Aug 31, 2008 03:56PM Hello, Many thanks for your speedy reply.

For full access please Register. http://netlookmag.com/system-restore/system-restore-is-not-able-to-protect-your-computer.html Many thanks! I tried the msconfig, I tried every changing it back through system. I had previously been able to access System Restore by right clicking on My Computer, then clicking on Properties, then on the System Restore tab presented as part of System Properties.

System restore is also disabled. I could fix it with malewarebytes's anti-malware http://www.malwarebytes.org/mbam.php I had to rename the setup exe. Post the full text of each different error message you get, NOT just the error number. http://netlookmag.com/system-restore/system-restore-not-able-to-protect-your-computer.html When the files have copied over reboot your machine.

all of which or trojan virus related. No sense tempting fate. I'd like to hope that running system restore will help me fix all the problems, but it might not.

Right-click->Properties->Security->Everyone->Full Control.

good luck, juergen Report hamster- Jan 23, 2009 04:42AM Hi Juergen, I have the same problem , found your posting and thought Eureka! XP Pro SP2 98SE BillyBob, #5 2007/03/26 Lifetime Subscription BillyBob Inactive Joined: 2002/01/07 Messages: 6,048 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 606 Location: Marlboro, NY. The folder and the scanners tell me they are there but I just can't see them nor open them. Details for my computer and system are as follows:- Computer: ASUS A7NBX DeLuxe, 2.21 GHz AMD Athlon 3200+, 3.00 GB of RAM System: Windows XP Professional Version 2002 with Service Pack

I'm just about ready to take it into the shop. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... I don't know if it was coincidental or actually helpful, but I reset the access permissions my my C: drive and all children. http://netlookmag.com/system-restore/system-restore-is-not-able-to-protect-your-computer-please.html Then reboot again just for the sake of it.

however, there's another problem which I'll post separately. Why does he manage my computer disables or enables at his desire? I have logged on as the admin in the system restore back door and still get the same error msg. Click the stop button, then set the startup type dropdown to disabled.

Only problem is that a message is saying I can't do it in safe mode. I currently get warnings of trojans. I think it all started after I downloaded some movie viewer from a movie site I visited. I made this article because two hours of searching the net didn't turn up a single answer to the many people who have the same problem.

Report fireripper› brakers - Feb 8, 2009 05:05PM Thanks a bunch mate ! I don't trust "TuneUp". I'm using XP. Stay logged in Sign up now!