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I loaned the system to a family member, who somehow deleted the "C:\WINDOWS\PCHealth\" folder.
Anyway, the msconfig file lived in there, which I was able to find a copy of elsewhere on my system and copy back into the correct directory to restore its functionality.
Now, i'm concerned about what else is normally stored in the \PCHealth\ folder that I might be missing?
Maybe there's nothing I need to worry about, or maybe there's a few other critical files like msconfig...
Can anyone clarify what I should do here, or what I might be missing?
I'm noticing that my system restore menu won't pop up anymore.
In that, I go to program files -> system tools -> system restore, click it, but nothing happens. No error, nothing. The system restore service however is set to automatic and reads as 'running' under services.msc.
I'm now wondering if perhaps part of the system restore interface/program was contained in my missing 'PCHealth' folder?