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I can not create a restore point, because the system protection tab is missing under system properties. The only tabs available are Computer name,hardware,advanced,and remote.
However I can run system restore to rollback to a restore point.
Is there a way to fix the registry to make it (the system protection tab) show up?
I have not tried the restore function , yet. I really do not want to because except for this the computer runs great. thanks.
Posted on Mar 04, 2008
Security tool pop up won't let me bring up my system restore
Posted on Feb 15, 2010
Tom, I had your same problem as I reported earlier and I feel now I can contribute to a solution instead of searching for answers. And boy, did I search.
I had some memory errors around this time but did not notice the "System Protection" tab missing until after I installed the SP1 update. I'm running Vista Ultimate 64 on a Polywell with an AMD 6000 chip (what a screamer).
Now to how I fixed my problem. Basically I had to go into the Group Policies which I never do and toggle a couple settings. Policy and/or Registry changes are only for the real brave so take caution. The web site I found that explains the process is:
here. I hope that link comes out but just in case it is "http://www.winhelponline.com/articles/216/1/Restore-point-creation-disabled-by-Group-Policy.html".
I'm not sure if it is needed or not but I toggled the "Turn off System Restore" also by changing to "Enabled" and then back to "Not Configured". After a reboot my "System Properties" show up and I hope it works for you.
As a side note I noticed that all things I looked at in the Group Policies was "Not configured". Maybe some Active Directory guru can comment on that.
Good luck, Nick
Posted on Mar 26, 2008
You can do this
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