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Unable to create system restore point

god!!!! now a new problem arised when i tried to create a restore point an error message is being displayed. it says
" could not create the scheduled task for the following reason task image is corrupt or has been tampered with (0x80041321)"
what does it mean and pls help me with this

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  • playboycenso May 31, 2009

    I DID BUT MY SYSTEM VOLUME INFORMATION FOLDER IS NOT GETTING DELETED. ITS STAYING AS IT IS LYK DAT EVEN AFTER PRESSING DELETE BUTTON

  • Lee Hodgson
    Lee Hodgson May 11, 2010

    Which option are you using to create a restore point with?

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Run services.msc and make sure Volume Shadow Copy is stopped. Then locate and delete any System Volume Information folders on the root of any volume that was previously being monitored by System Restore. You may need to alter
Folder Options/View tab/Advanced in order to see these protected system folders. Reboot the system and retry turning it back on.

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Posted on May 31, 2009

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