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  1. I've read these and they do not appear to pertain to my situation but I have done more testing and I think I have, at least for myself, isolated the problem so that it no longer effects me. I discovered that when I would empty the recycle bin, all by itself, not using CCleaner, that the restore points would be deleted. I uninstalled CCleaner and tested the Empty Recycle Bin feature and the restore points were fine. I re-installed CCleaner leaving UNchecked any of the boxes relating to the recycle bin. Now I can run CCleaner with the Empty Recycle Bin option selected, as well as us
  2. It only lists the problem "The System Restore service has been suspended because there is not enough disk space available on the drive..." no other information. Regarding your earlier post, it appears to me that the tests show that memory has nothing to do with it.
  3. I've pinpointed it to System/Empty Recycle Bin. The analysis found nothing to be removed but I ran it anyway and it deleted my restore points. I ran it a second time to verify and then also received the "suspended because of not enough disk space" error message. Hope this helps.
  4. I ran the test that you asked for and hopefully my results will help you find the problem. Before I started I had 6 Restore Points. I ran the registry analysis selecting only one type at a time. There were no issues found for any of these options. Then I ran just the Cleaner. It found about 58 MB to remove which I did. I went to System Restore and all my restore points were gone and I received an error message that stated that System Restore was being suspended because there was not enough disk space and would I like to run disk cleanup. (I know I am fine on memory.) So I decided to run a
  5. I'm running the same Win XP SP3 and CCleaner Version 2.15.815 and it is deleting my system restore points as well. I am fine on memory the same as the OP.
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