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Download our free trial which includes a System Restore download and easily repair System Restore errors with a single mouse-click. After downloading our software, you can find the Error Fix Tool in the Advanced Tools menu. In addition to repairing system restore errors, ErrorWiz automatically backs up the entire windows registry every time you use our software. You'll always have the option to restore your system to its original state, and System Restore errors will be a thing of the past.

System Restore Errors And Their Effective Repair
Microsoft Windows is an operating system that has been known for its continuous system hang-ups and frequent system crashes. Being one of the most used computer operating system, Windows operating system is also one of the most vulnerable operating systems of the world. Anything and everything from a virus attack to a firmware and a spyware attack can be held responsible for the slow processing speed of your system.
With most versions of Windows operation system, Microsoft has brought the concept of system restore that would allow a user to restore Windows to its previous date and undo any changes made to the system since then. Just by a simple process of system restore, user can easily regain the same functionality of their system as they did at the time of creation of the system restore point. Even though it can allow you to take your system to a time when it was working fine, what if you tried to perform system restore and it did not work. System Restore Errors are often a cause of worry for users because it stops them from getting their system back to its original shape.
Microsoft System restore does not work without a restore point. Creating restore points is very important for MS system restore because it will allow you to restore your PC to that point. When a user creates a restore point, the operating system takes a snapshot of system files and settings available at that time. When a user needs to perform system restore to a previous date, stored settings are replaced with the current system settings.

Causes Of System Restore Errors
As already stated, malicious programs like viruses, spywares and malwares are one of the main reasons behind the occurrence of system restore failure. Microsoft System restore is an application that is very useful but loses its use if a restore point is not created by the user. It uses various things like registry settings as well as a snapshot of various system files for effectively taking a computer system to the way it initially was at the point of creation of a restore point. If your computer is suffering from registry errors, .dll errors or missing/corrupt system file errors, system restore will not restore to a restore point and would raise System Restore Errors.

Repairing System Restore Errors
While there are various ways by which you can repair System Restore Errors, only reliable and effective methods should be performed. Although the market is filled with various system restore downloads, many such software applications are nothing more than registry cleaners and do not perform efficient registry repair processes. If system restore does not work in your windows, you can use our Error Fix Tool to effectively fix not only System Restore Errors but also to fix common PC Errors. For repairing your system errors, all you have to do is access Error Fix Tool from the Advanced tools menu and perform all system restore actions with a single click only. With our Error Fix tool, users do not need to worry about their system restore files to be corrupted. Our Error Fix tool takes care of all registry repair tasks by allowing a user to backup the entire windows registry automatically. Every time an error is repaired with the help of our software, it automatically backs up your windows registry so that you can revert back all the changes if one or another program starts to perform erratically.