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Windows XP SP3 x86, ноутбук Acer Asprire 7110 (2006 года). ЖД - 110 Гб. В установках указал, что 10% ЖД (2 логических диска по 52 ГБ) на восстановление. Но все точки восстановления стираются неизвестно каким процессом при чистке реестра (но не всегда - CCleaner, RegOrganiser,Advanced System Care), а главное - при выключении ПК. В папке System Volume Information появляются папки Fifoed (удалю вручную). Пытался отследить размер папки SVI, вроде бы не вылазит за рамки. Подозреваю, что нарушены записи реестра, но не знаю, какие параметры там надо задать.




Operating system:Microsoft Windows XP (32 bit) Service Pack 3

System root: C:\WINDOWS

Available physical memory: 1014 MB

CPU: Intel® Celeron® M CPU 430 @ 1.73GHz

Drive Info:

C: 51,99 GB

D: 51,98 GB

Internet Explorer: 8.0

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Translated: System Restore is malfunctioning. Windows XP SP3 x86, laptop Acer Asprire 7110 (2006). HDD - 110 GB. In plants indicated that 10% of the railway (2 logical drives from 52 GB) for recovery. But all restore points are deleted known how the process for cleaning the registry (but not always - CCleaner, RegOrganiser, Advanced System Care), and most importantly - when you turn off the PC. In the folder System Volume Information folder appear Fifoed (removed manually). Trying to track down the size of your SVI, do not seem climbs beyond. I suspect that violated the registry entries, but I do not know what parameters should be set there.


Hi Shadrov,


Thank you for attempting to provide a detailed description of your problem; however, much of it is getting lost in the translation to English. So, it appears you have encountered some major corruption with your Acer Aspire 7110; correct? If so, have you considered trying the eRecovery feature (if the partition still exists) that is supposed to be available on that model?


Acer Aspire 7110 eRecovery - How to

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