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  1. Hi, this morning I discovered that System Restore stopped working correctly, because, after choosing a point, I got the error 0x80070005 (see the image). I'm on Windows 7 Pro x64 (not planning to update to 8\10). No active antivirus at the moment. I've tried various solutions online, but noone worked. Selecting a 20 days old point didn't work either. How can I fix this? --- I've also encountered other problems not related to the first error, but discovered due to that: - SFC /scannow couldn't repair some files like: themeservice.dll, themeui.dll, uxtheme.dll - DISM doesn't have the usual /restorehealth parameter (only /scanhealth).. why?? - the "System Protection" tab is missing in "Safe mode" (bug or feature?). --- Do you have any suggestion? Should I try a repair at this point? (NO refresh)
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