Previous System Restore points are erased

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My system restore points are erased every 24, 48 or 72 hours. It appears to be random. I use XP home edition. I use XPfire wall. I use McFee & it is updated automatically. I have 60 Gig of free space on my hard drive. I have checked for a virus with both McAfe & Stinger. No virus detected
 
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What amount of space do you have allotted to system restore?
[start/right click My Computer/Properties/System Restore/Settings]
 

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bobol said:
What amount of space do you have allotted to system restore?
[start/right click My Computer/Properties/System Restore/Settings]
It is set @12%
 
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One last 'obvious' question :rolleyes: .... the restore points removed are from an earlier date[other than recently], or all restore points?
 

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bobol said:
One last 'obvious' question :rolleyes: .... the restore points removed are from an earlier date[other than recently], or all restore points?
All restore points are deleted!
 

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Been there & looked @ it. I do not have an issue with any of the items discussed.
 
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Is the disk being defragmented by yourself or by a program? I've done it once and lost all restore points.
 

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fegfeg said:
Is the disk being defragmented by yourself or by a program? I've done it once and lost all restore points.
Have not done a defrag since this problem started
 
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