If the user is dealing with system issues, then to fix the issue you should use System Restore option. But if System Restore is not working, then you should read the below method to fix the problem. For help, go to office.com/setup.
Method to Fix Restore Point in Window 10:
1. Verify System Restore is Enabled:
For this, first you have to press Windows Key + R altogether and then write gpedit.msc. Now in the left side, go to Computer Configuration and then hit on Administrative Templates and go to System and then System Restore. After this, set both the option of Turn off Configuration and Turn off System Restore settings to Not configured. At the end, press Apply and OK button to save changes.
2. Use Restore Tool:
To fix this issue, you should create a restore point. Instead of doing manually, you should use software tools such as Restoro tool. It fixes the registry keys and files before creating the restore points. Hence, the restore point which you choose during rollback is always functional.
3. Manually Create Restore Point:
First, you should tap on Win Key + S altogether and then enter Create a restore point. Then from the list of result, select Create a restore point. Here, System Properties window will open up on your screen. At this point, tap on Create button and then enter the name of new restore point. After this, just check the restore point is created and if created then use it.
4. Disable Antivirus Software:
In some cases, antivirus software interferes with System Restore, so you should disable your antivirus software before you create or restore to certain restore point.
5. Run System Restore from Safe Mode:
To run System Restore, you should open Start Menu and then hit on Power button. After this, press Shift key and tap on Restart button. If your computer restarts, you should select Troubleshoot and then tap on Advanced options and go to Startup Settings and hit on Restart. If your computer restarts again, then press on F5 key to choose Safe Mode with Networking. When you enter into Safe Mode, then perform System Restore.
6. Check your Hard Drive for Issues:
To check hard drive, you should tap on Windows Key + X at the same time and select Command Prompt as Admin from the menu. If Command Prompt opens then enter the command and hit on Enter key:
chkdsk /f /r X:
Keep in mind replace X with the correct letter which shows a hard drive partition in your PC.
7. Perform sfc Scan:
To perform SFC scan, you should tap on Windows Key + X together and then choose Command Prompt (Admin) from the menu. If Command Prompt opens, then enter the command and hit on Enter key to run it:
At the end, wait for the procedure to end.
Through this way, you can fix Restore Point in Window 10. For more help, navigate to the site of MS Office via www.office.com/myaccount.