System Volume Information


L

Lowell

Hello,

I need a little help. I am running Windows XP professional and I have ran
my virus scanner and I received a note that I do not have any infections, but
the log shows that I have damaged "E:\System Volume
Information\_restore{7BF8701B-B7C2-4A7D-85B6-78E83D4926CE}\RP747\A0135526.exe
»INNO »file0012.bin »ZIP »META-INF/ - archive damaged" how can I remove
these files?
 
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J

Jim

Lowell said:
Hello,

I need a little help. I am running Windows XP professional and I have ran
my virus scanner and I received a note that I do not have any infections,
but
the log shows that I have damaged "E:\System Volume
Information\_restore{7BF8701B-B7C2-4A7D-85B6-78E83D4926CE}\RP747\A0135526.exe
»INNO »file0012.bin »ZIP »META-INF/ - archive damaged" how can I remove
these files?
--
Lowell Shoaf
Realtor
RE/MAX Gulfstream Realty
Sarasota, Florida
Turn off system restore. Then turn system restore back on.
This error means that one particular restore point is damaged.
So, I might be inclined to ignore the warning. The system will eventually
delete the file anyway.
Jim
 
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Shenan Stanley

Lowell said:
I need a little help. I am running Windows XP professional and I
have ran my virus scanner and I received a note that I do not have
any infections, but the log shows that I have damaged "E:\System
Volume
Information\_restore{7BF8701B-B7C2-4A7D-85B6-78E83D4926CE}\RP747\A0135526.exe
»INNO »file0012.bin »ZIP »META-INF/ - archive damaged" how can I
remove these files?

First - use disk cleanup to remove all but the latest System Restore point.
Reboot.

No good? Turn off system restore, reboot, turn back on system restore and
make a manual restore point. That should get rid of the problem file.

Don't know how to do either of those things? No big deal - instructions are
available:

First suggestion:
How to use Disk Cleanup
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/310312
See the section about 3/4 of the way down the entire page labeled, "Remove
Restore Points"...

Second suggestion:
- Turn off System Restore.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/310405
- Reboot the Computer.
- Review the first bullet to turn on System Restore
- Make a Manual Restoration Point.
http://it.cas.psu.edu/Training/HowTo/ENComputers/RestorePoint.html

Come back, respond and let everyone know if it remedied your issue or not!
 

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