System Restore Failed - (0x80070005)

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  1.    #11

    More ideas (with some overlap with the above):
    How to Fix: System Restore Fails with Error 0x80070005 (Windows 10) - - Windows Tips & How-tos

    Note that restoring is regarded, alas, as often unreliable.
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  2. JohnBurns's Avatar
    Posts : 432
    Windows 10 1803 Build 17134.319

    Steve C said: View Post
    Are the missing files in your last Reflect backup? If so, you can mount the partition in that backup as a virtual drive and copy / paste the files folders you need.

    I don't use System Restore since I find it more reliable to recover from Reflect backups. I suggest you schedule automatic Reflect backups at a frequency dependent on you computer use.
    I agree completely. System Restore is screwy - can only be used in Safe Mode and sometimes not there.
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  3. Posts : 41
    Windows 10 home - V1903
    Thread Starter

    .tmp folder was held by other.
    Took ownership and problem solved
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