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I am unable to use system restore. It goes through the process than an erroe message says, system restore failed. I have the pc set to backup for restoring. What could be blocking this process?

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The Windows Backup and Restore feature allows you to save files and system images to external backup devices such as hard drives and flash drives. However, backing up files become problematic if the directory your backing up files from isn't configured properly, or if you're having issues with the devices you're backing files to. There are ways to solve or work around backup problems quickly and safely.

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Windows backup or restore errors 0x80070001, 0x81000037, or 0x80070003
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/973455 - workaroundissue12

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Which operating system ?

Use an external memory device such as a DVD, flash drive or external hard drive to back up the data you need to save from your eMachines computer. Any data that isn't saved to an external source will be erased when the computer is restored to factory settings. Remove any discs that are in the optical drive and unplug the computer's peripheral devices, such as an Ethernet cable or scanner. Do not disconnect the keyboard, mouse or monitor. Click the Windows "Start" menu and choose "All Programs." Navigate to "eMachines" and choose "eMachines Recovery Management." Click the "Restore" tab. Click "Password Settings" if you have not already set a recovery password. Type a new password in the text box and click "OK." Click "Restore System to Factory Default." Type the recovery password and click "OK." Click "Next" to wipe the eMachines computer's hard drive and begin the recovery process. Select "Finish" and wait for the eMachines computer to restart. Use the series of installation prompts that appear on the screen to create a new user account for your operating system, set the system date and time, and set up your Internet settings.

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check out this link for the solution.

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Which operating system and what data do you need to recover ???
You can create a backup disk with Microsoft Windows 7 or any other version of the operating system.
This disk will contain the files, programs and settings that you chose to save during the backup operation.
Yet, this disk does little good for you if you do not know how to retrieve that backup data.
Luckily, Microsoft offers a simple process for restoring this data to your operating system.
Even a basic computer user should have no problem restoring her backed up data from a backup disk.

Insert your Windows 7 installation DVD into your optical drive.
Reboot your computer and press a key to boot from the disk once prompted.
Click "Repair your computer."
Choose the hard drive that contains your copy of Windows 7.

Click "Windows complete PC restore."
The latest backup data will be selected by default. I
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Click "Next."
Your computer will now restore the backup data into Microsoft Windows 7.


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Dear SIr,

plzz folow this step to solve your problem,

Did you create backup disks when you got the pc? If not, do you have an operating system cd? You could also go into system tools and do a restore and choose factory during the process if it allows. If you get it to work and you do not have backups then create them as soon as possible.
Thanks For Your Time,

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I have a gateway gt4010 with some virus, i reinstalled recovery CD, but it showed "window root" error message w.hal.dll missing... can you to give some tips on this?


Hello,

Most Gateway systems can be restored to factory settings using the following steps:

Turn on the system and repeatedly tap F11 key (before windows starts to load)

In the System Restore Options dialog box, click Full System Restore (with Backup), and then click Next.

Wait for the recovery process to complete.



Thanks


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Code "purple" means you and your computer are done. It is an unrecoverable error that means you need a new system. However, I have found a couple of postings that claim to know a fix. I can not verify these methods, I do not own a HP or other type of prefab PC (custom is the only way to go). Anyway, here are the links, good luck.

http://h30434.www3.hp.com/psg/board/message?board.id=HardwareDPC&message.id=6115

http://forums.techguy.org/windows-nt-2000-xp/469752-code-purple-configuration-error-hp.html

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Is the first of your backup disks a boot-disk?

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There should be a wizard somewhere on your programme files to help you with the backup restoration process, but make sure you save anything important to a cdrom before you start as the system will be completely formatted and installed as new.

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