Fix: How not to fix the xp system recovery optionJuly 16, 2020 by Henry Alderson
There may be an error indicating that there is no way to restore the xp system. There are several ways to solve this problem, and we will discuss them now.
- Restart your computer and press F8 until the Windows logo appears.
- Select safe mode and press Enter.
- After loading Windows, open System Restore and follow the instructions in the wizard to continue.
How to fix it if the system restore points no longer appear in Windows (the points are missing or disappeared). These patches can be applied to the following versions of Windows: XP, Vista, 7, 8,10.
These instructions are useful when you cannot start Windows normally to fix system recovery and display items correctly. If you cannot start Windows, go to How to recover your computer.
Troubleshoot Missing Recovery Points
Fix 1: System Restore Activated
If system restore points are not available, this may be because the system recovery utility was manually disabled. Each time you turn off System Restore, all previously created points are deleted. By default it is activated.
Patch Number 2. Checking Disk Space
If there is not enough free space on your computer, system recovery, even if it is turned on, will no longer create recovery points.
You can also configure system recovery to use moreBetter storage space for recovery points. To do this, follow the instructions until you reach the option to maximize the use of system recovery.
Patch 3: Run Chkdsk, Sfc
If you receive a system recovery error when exiting chkdsk or sfc (or both), your computer’s hard drive may be stopped or damaged. This may be the reason for the lack of system restore points.
Correction No. 4: Check The Volume Snapshot
The Windows Volume Shadow Copy utility backs up your Windows while it is in use. If volume shadow copying is disabled, your computer’s system restore points may not be available.
Fix # 5: Check The Page Page File Fragmentation
If your system paging file is fragmented, system restore points may be deleted each time you restart. This is a very common behavior on Windows 7.
How To Recover Your Computer
System Recovery Through Safe More
If you did not specify any recovery points, your system recovery may not have created a restore point.Ki recovery on your system.
Easy Recovery Essentials automatic recovery feature allows you to automatically find and fix various startup errors that can help restart your computer.
System Restore Via EasyRE
The Easy Recovery Essentials - or EasyRE - System Restore feature is “completely non-destructive." It touches, deletes or modifies your personal files and folders (for example, the desktop, downloads, music, images, etc.)
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