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Can not find system protection tab.

How can I make the system properties show the missing system protection tab, without it I can not create restore points. The only tabs available are computer name, hardware, advanced and remote.
I tried everything that I could possible try, based on my knowledge, which is very limited.
I have Window Vista, HP Pavilion dv6000 Laptop.
Thank you very much.

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The best thing to solve your problem is to reformat your system.it will cure all problems and also bad history.

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What should I do after recovery

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