How To Fix System Restore Error 0x800700b7 in Window 10?

The user sometimes faces the System Restore Error 0x800700b7 because of corrupted or missing system files. This error can also arise because of incomplete installation of software. In order to fix this issue, you should read the below method to fix System Restore Error 0x800700b7 in Window 10. For more information, the customer should go to www.office.com/setup

Method To Fix System Restore Error 0x800700b7 in Window 10:

1. Uninstall and Reinstall Software:

First, go to the Start button and then you have to choose Settings option. After this, from the list you should choose Apps. Now, you need to tap on the recently installed app and then select Uninstall option. Lastly, you should check if the problem persists or not and if not, then you should again reinstall the app with full settings.

2. Run System File Checker Scan:

You should tap on the Windows button and then type cmd. After this, you should choose Run as administrator in order to run Command Prompt with administrative privileges. Now, you should paste the command and then tap on Enter key:

 sfc /scannow

If SFC will repairs the files, then Command Prompt will says: Windows Resource Protection found corrupt files and successfully repaired them. At last, you need to Restart Windows.

3. Run Check Disk Utility:

You should choose the Start button and then type cmd. Now, you have to tap on Run as administrator in order to run Command Prompt with full privileges. Then, you have to paste the command and tap on Enter key in order to run it:

chkdsk /r

Keep in mind Check Disk will fix some corrupt entries. After fixing, you should restart Windows.

4. Restore Windows 10 in Safe Mode:

First of all, you need to tap on the Power button which is on the Start menu. Now, you need to press the Shift key and then choose Restart option. Here, you will view Windows will reboot and then you should open Advanced Startup options. At this point, you should tap on the Troubleshoot button. Then, you have to choose Advanced options in order to open the settings. Here, you need to choose Startup Settings and then tap on Restart button to reboot. After this, you should tap on 4 key in order to start the Windows in Safe Mode. When you restart it, then you should type system restore in Cortana’s search box. Next, you have to choose Create a restore point and then tap on System Restore button. Then, you have to Choose a different restore point and then hit on Next button. At last, you need to choose a listed system restore point and then tap on Next and Finish buttons.

5. Delete Task Cache key from Registry:

The customer should tap on Windows key + R to open the Run dialog box and then type regedit and after this, tap on Enter key to launch the Registry Editor. After this, you should go to registry path:

Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Schedule\TaskCache

Now, you have to back up TaskCache registry key and then right-tap on TaskCache and just choose Export option from its context menu. Then, you have to enter a title for the backup file and just select a folder for it and then hit on Save button. Here, you should go to the path:

Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Schedule\TaskCache\Tree\Microsoft\Windows

Next, you need to right-tap on the Windows key and then tap on Delete option on its context menu. At this point, you should press Yes button in order to confirm and then close the Registry Editor. At last, you need to Restart your laptop or desktop.

With this method, you can fix the System Restore Error 0x800700b7 in Window 10. For assistance, the user can go to the site via www.office.com/myaccount.

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