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Running Vista system restore 8hrs (not in safe-mode)

Looking for a better solution. Is their safe way to stop system restore and put the computer in safe-mode and then restart system restore?
Or can you recommend a better solution. Took rstore point to 5 days back. Appreciate any help. Thanks.

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I am fairly sure that if you stop the system restore mid stream it  will just resort back to where it was w/o any problems.  Then you can restore in safe mode. If it took that long ,if I were you , i would go and clean the harddrive or run check disk or download hard drive tools from;    seagate.com      and check the hard drive .  Your other option is to use you restore disk and restore the whole thing. If the hard drive is bad you will ending up doing this after you install a new hard drive.

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