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When I make a restore point and I come back to restore the windows 7, it gives this error:

No restore point have been created on your computer system drives, to create a restore point open system protection.

I've made a restore point why does it give this error? What should I do? I completely know how to make restore points and I've made some on the laptop and other devices but in my computer which have windows 7 when I make restore point and when I want to use them it gives the error! Please help.

I'm not English so can't speak it well.

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All your restoration points were deleted. If thats the case ( please confirm system restore is currently disabled ) then you are out of luck. – Ramhound Dec 5 '12 at 17:02
When you create a restore point, does it work as expected? Are there any related events in the Event Logs? – Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007 Dec 5 '12 at 17:28
hmm.. you know when I make a restore point and I go to restore my computer from that there isn't a restore point! I don't know what happens that they are deleted. I mean when I make the restore point and I want to use it instead of showing the list of my restore points just that error will be shown. – vmoh_ir Dec 6 '12 at 9:06

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