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Hello, David.

Unfortunately, System Restore does not always work. If possible, go back to a previous date. If you've tried all dates (usually the dates are bold), and are still unsuccessful, you may need to reinstall the operating system (Vista ?).

It depends on why you needed System Restore in the first place.

Often, if you have spyware, malware or a virus, the only choice is to use System Restore to "turn back the clock" to an earlier time. And, I've seen some spyware totally prevent System Restore from occurring, which may be your case.

If you have not tried System Restore from Safe Mode (press F8 repeatedly), that would be your next step.

If you have spyware, etc., you'll need to reinstall your operating system, if you have already tried to remove the spyware, etc..

Hope this helps.

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