1. Joined : Mar 2016
    Posts : 207
    Windows 10 Home
       28 Apr 2016 #1

    No files are in C:\System Volume Information\SytemRestore


    I cannot find any restore point files in C:\System Volume Information\SystemRestore
    Where are the files?
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  2. Joined : Jan 2015
    UK, Midlands
    Posts : 6,585
    Win 10 Pro (1607)
       28 Apr 2016 #2

    Hello, have you enabled System Restore? It's off by default in Win 10, disabled on each major upgrade and on doing an in-place upgrade repair install.

    People here recommend 3rd party disk imaging for preference. Sure, they are very different- System Restore can be useful when it works, but can prove unreliable. Disk imaging addresses everything you image- system restore only certain aspects of your disk or partition.

    Note that restore points are not created routinely with Windows updates as formerly. Some report restore points being lost from time to time.
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  3. Joined : Mar 2016
    Posts : 207
    Windows 10 Home
       28 Apr 2016 #3

    dalchina said: View Post
    Hello, have you enabled System Restore?.
    There are already six restore points on my Windows 10, but C:\System Volume Information\SystemRestore contains no files but an empty folder named 'FRStaging'.
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  5. Joined : Mar 2016
    Posts : 207
    Windows 10 Home
       29 Apr 2016 #5

    What they said was 'System Volume Information', which I already know. However, it contains no restore point files at my end.
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  6. Joined : Jan 2015
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    Posts : 6,585
    Win 10 Pro (1607)
       29 Apr 2016 #6

    Matthew Wai said: View Post
    What they said was 'System Volume Information', which I already know. However, it contains no restore point files at my end.
    It's not meant to be accessed- that's why it's hidden.
    Why do you need to access it? Curiosity?
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  7. Joined : Mar 2016
    Posts : 207
    Windows 10 Home
       29 Apr 2016 #7

    I just want to see their existence and know their sizes. Does that count as accessing them?
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  8. Joined : Jan 2015
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    Posts : 6,585
    Win 10 Pro (1607)
       29 Apr 2016 #8

    Sure does.. permissions needed..
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  9. Joined : Mar 2016
    Posts : 207
    Windows 10 Home
       29 Apr 2016 #9

    Bingo! I can access it. See below:

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