Windows 10: System Restore Point errors: 0x8007045b and 0x80070057

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  1.    03 Jun 2017 #11

    Pipppero2007 said: View Post
    Please read this:

    System Restore error 0x80070091 - Microsoft Community

    "I have Creator's - it was installed with no option to delay given to me. In addition to having Bing, Edge and Defender forced on me I still have the System Restore problem."
    Please read this:
    Win 10 System Restore Fail 0x80070091 - Microsoft Community

    Addendum: It seems that the issue has been fixed in Windows 10 Creators Update. And there is a batch file to fix the issue. Further details may be found here:

    Windows 10: News about System restore error 0x80070091
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       03 Jun 2017 #12

    dalchina said: View Post
    Obviously depends whose report you read...
    I had the System Restore failure in 1607 as detailed in Dalchina's thread. The problem was identified as the WindowsApps folder, and the 'Get Office' app in particular. I never applies any of the 'fixes', concerned that the 'cure' could introduce problems later on if/when Microsoft introduced a fix. For me and many others on that thread, the Creators Update fixed the problem.

    Has anybody tried System Restore with the Creator's Update? Did MS fix it?
    I just tested it on my Dell Inspiron laptop that has 1703 installed with no modifications and it works without issues.
    System Restore fails: AppxStaging %ProgramFiles%\WindowsApp 0x80070091
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