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System restore isnt restoring and rebooting into safe mode after

Im trying to do a system restore on Vista Premium Sony Viao. After trying to restore it back to factory settings it reboots into safe mode and it doesnt restore. What would be causing this not to restore?

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  • josh_brumbal Jun 03, 2009

    A rougue program installed itself onto my comp. Do you think maybe it is preventing me from doing the system restore?

  • Ben Wabnick
    Ben Wabnick May 11, 2010

    a corrupt operating system would cause it not to restore.




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Viruses often plant themselves firmly in the system restore files. They could also be preventing you from executing it. If you have "rogue programs" a system restore almost never works. You need to either clean the rogue programs in safe mode or backup your files and reinstall from scratch.

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