You can go back 7 days, 10 days, 30 days, 60 days, etc. So, if an application or a Windows update is causing issues with your PC, you can restore to a previous state.
But, some users have said that the gateway system restore without disk option isn’t available on their PCs.
Consequently, they can’t troubleshoot the Windows update, application, or hardware problem.
Therefore, in this guide, we will explore some troubleshooting steps to help you fix this problem.
- The gateway system restore error without disk can occur when your disks or partitions are damaged.
- To recover your data, try using the System Restore tool, but first create disk images.
- For correct system restore configuration, follow our expert step-by-step guide.
Error 0x8007007B occurs when something goes wrong with the system restore files. This error usually occurs when you don’t have enough space to restore a system. Your system will recover files from the recovery point when there is not enough space.
- To fix this error, you will need to create a system restore point.
- To create the system restore point, press the Windows key + S and type system restore. Select Create a restore point from the menu.
- After the system restore is created, open System Restore again.
- Select the point you created when the error was occurring.
- Finally, select the Apply option and follow the on-screen instructions to complete the process.
Perform a Clean Boot
- Press the Windows key + R to open the Run window.
- Type msconfig in the Open box, and click OK to open the System Configuration window.
- Select the Services tab shown directly below.
- Select the Hide all Microsoft services option.
- Then click the Disable all button.
- Select the Startup tab, and click the Open Task Manager button.
- Click the Startup tab, and select the entry for the antivirus utility.
- Next, click the Disable button to disable it.
- Select the Apply option, and close Task Manager.
- Select the OK button to close the System Configuration window.
- Press the Windows key + S keyboard hotkey, and type MSConfig in the search box.
- Click MSConfig to open the System Configuration window as in the snapshot directly below.
- Select the General tab, and click the Selective Startup option.
- Click the Services tab, and select the Hide all Microsoft services option.
- Select the Disable all button.
- Select the OK option to close the System Configuration window.
Install the system restore files
- Search for System Restore in the Start menu.
- Click System Restore.
- Click Next.
- Click Next.
- Click Scan for Affected Programs.
- Select all items, and click Next.
- Click Finish when the scan is complete.