"Unknown" wrote in message
Whenever system restore is turned off all restore points are deleted.
Another way to delete all restore points except the
latest is by running Disk Cleanup and selecting more options to delete them.
There is also a malware program that resets system restore and then turns it
back on which deletes all restore points.
This malware is installed when downloading some program.
Suggest you check system restore--make sure it is on then click 'create a
Then check ---does the restore point remain---power off then on---is it
I forgot to mention I had done a disk clean up as well. Have run a number of
anti virus programs & malware & nothing has turned up ? Also I just
checked & there was 1 restore point from this morning. I rebooted & that
restore point was deleated &replaced with one at time of start up...???
"Gimpy" wrote in message
> My system restore all of a sudden has lost all of its older dates & has
> todays. Have gone thru the turning restore off, rebooting, turning it on &
> rebooting but nothing works? Each day a point is made but the previous
> is deleated. Any Ideas?? Ginpy
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