|This is most often caused by a Group Policy that is preventing System Restore from working properly. |
If this is a company machine, please be aware that trying to circumvent policies in force on your computer by the your IT department may result in disciplinary action.
Check out the first entry on this page for a possible solution.
** Please note that this can be caused by malware, so you may want to run a full scan on your machine using your malware scanner of choice. **
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