Task scheduler error message

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maxhammer

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Hi,
I am getting this error message, when I open up TASK SCHEDULER
The Task Image is corrupted, or has been tampered with.
I have read this formula, in one of the forums and that is.
That I go into regedit, and follow this tree.
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\CURRENTVERSION\SCHEDULE\TASKS\SYSTEMRESTORE\SR
I SHOULD DELETE THAT TASK, AND THAT WILL RECTIFY THE ERROR.
Can someone tell me if that works, and if I do delete that task how do I re-create it again?
I am very afraid of messing about in REGEDIT, as I do not have a lot of experience.
What will happen to my current restore points, that I have?
Do I delete them as well and start again, if so how do I delete them?
If I switch off system Restore and then switch it back on again, does that delete all the system restore points?
To be honest I am not confident that my current restore points will work work anyway, with getting that error message.
If I do get problems in the future, I would like System Resore to fall back on.
I would appreciate the help
Thanks
 
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maxhammer

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Hi,

I am using Win 7 ULTIMATE 64 bit, and I have no viruses or Trojans.

I have had in the past, but my computer id clean at the moment.

Can yoiu help with any of my problems, listed in my thread?

Or do you know anyone that may be able to help.

Thanks
 
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