Question about E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC
You don't say why you are using restore. If you interrupt by turning off the power it should hopefully go back to the old state. If it will start in safe mode ( press F8 while booting )there are several things to try;
1. Try the last good configuration from the menu, if this seems OK and starts then go to my computer, select the C; drive and right click on it, select properties then tools. Select disk check and select auto fix file system (don't select the surface scan) you should get a message telling you it cant do it & should it schedule a scan for next start up. Select yes. Then restart.
2. If all the above doesn't work try safe mode again and select the system restore option (it might do it properly from safe mode) you could also try a different restore point.
Posted on Jan 23, 2015
Try reload the o/s that came with the computer, your computer couldn't find restore files must have been deleted at some point
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