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This 0x8000ffff error occur when the user try to open the Windows at this time Windows unable to start and sends error message to the user. It show “System Restore has completed successfully” even although System Restore may have failed on the user machine.

Symptoms of this 0x8000ffff error
When a user restore in Windows7 Computer by using System recover in Windows Recovery Environment, at that time it sent error message to the user.
System Restore did not complete successfully. Your computer’s system files and settings were not changed.
Details: An unspecified error occurred during System Restore. (0x8000ffff)
When the user restart the Computer to avoid this error, may receive “System Restore completed successfully. The system has been restored to date time. Your documents have not been affected.”

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Main causes of this 0x8000ffff Error
At the time of restore operation if the certain files are not replaced properly this problem occurs. it possible, you have receive the message “System Restore has completed successfully” but even the System restore may be failed. So it is most important to a user to know how to fix “0x8000ffff” error.

Solution of “0x8000ffff” error –
As you know this problem start when the System becomes failure to restore and Windows become unable to open and send failure message format to the user. You have to try to restore the System if the error arise then Open start and in the search command type services and from the list choose service and click on to continue this service. We can see services windows then scroll the list of services and open the Volume Shadow Copy service. You can choose manually from the Start up type field. Then click on Start button which is below the Services Status and click on services windows and close the program. Again start to create a restore point.
You can apply another method if occurs same problem.

You can use the System Restore Wizard, to do this follow the below given steps.

Click on Start button, then type System Restore in the Search box and then right-click on System Restore, and click on Run as administrator and from the System Restore dialog box, click Next to continue. Select a restore point, and then click on Next option and in the “Confirm your restore point” window, click on Finish.

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“0x8000ffff” error, when try to restore a Windows 7-based computer by using System Restore

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