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Just bought HP Compaq 6720s Notebook. Went through startup OK. Tried to do system backup using Backup and Recovery Manager. Keep getting message "An unidentified programme wants access to your computer", source seems to be Restore7.exe. Any ideas?

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This is part of Vista's user account control. You can either live with it and benefit from better security or switch it off and relieve the inconvenience of it. read this article

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It seems some thing is going wrong in your operating system. It might be caused by a virus or misshandling of your OS.
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