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    hi, i have try all the restore points in my WinXP box but after reboot the message "System restore incomplete, try another restore point" appears, how can i fix this?

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    u seem to have got a corrupt system restore point.
    try an earlier restore point and this time, try it from safe mode rather than from normal mode.
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    Here's a tip I got from another forum and it did the trick for me:

    If you are running Windows XP Home and after going thru the System Restore process, a message stating "Cannot restore the computer to an earlier restore point, no changes have been made to your computer" pops up, try the procedure listed below to restore its functionality.
    Right click [My Computer] [Properties] then click on System Restore tab.
    Put a check in the box for Disable Restore on all drives.
    Click apply, then Reboot your PC.
    After the system reboots, navigate to the System Restore tab and turn it back on. Click apply.
    Navigate to [System Tools] [Restore...] and choose [Create a Restore Point]
    Provide a name for the new restore point.
    Try and restore the new point just created. It should work properly.

    Best of luck.

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