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Defrag, scan disc will not work

My scan disk and defrag stopped working and i can not get system restore to work

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Go to START and then click on RUN and tpye in System Restore.
It should bring up System Restore and you will be able to RESTORE to an EARLY DATE.
Hope this helps. Bud

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