How to Troubleshoot System Restore Error Code 0x8007025d on Windows 10?

System Restore is not a new feature for all of us, we all the aware with this new feature as it has been already released in the Windows ME. However, in the Windows 10, the creation of the System Restore point is disabled by the default settings. But if any users want to create it manually, they can do it by simply follow the following steps mentioned over the internet or somewhere as.

Generally, the Restore point is created by the users when some severe Windows failure, it is created before the occurrence of the issues and lets users reinstate to the earlier Windows situation concerning the system files, settings, registry entries, and many others.

At times, while creating a System Restore point many users are encountering a fatal Windows 10 system restore error code 0x8007025d. Typically, this error occurs when the users attempt to perform a full system Restore by turning on the point which is previously created by them.

Below we provide a stepwise guide for troubleshooting the System Restore error code 0x8007025d without any hurdle. These steps are more difficult and type consuming if you are not following the steps in the exact sequence as mentioned below.

Solutions to Troubleshoot System Restore Error Code 0x8007025d on Windows 10

To fix this error code 0x8007025d use the following steps:

Solution-1: Fix System at Boot

  1. Firstly, restart the computer system.
  2. During the boot phase repeatedly hit the Shift key on the Keyboard.
  3. Then, choose ‘ Repair your System’ option.
  4. After that, choose the ‘Troubleshoot’ option.
  5. Next, click on the ‘Advanced Options’ to open it.
  6. In the ‘Advanced Options’ choose ‘System Restore’ option and click on it.

Solution-2: Clean the WindowsApps Folder

  1. Right press the %Programs%\\WindowsApps folder and pick ‘Properties’ option.
  2. Next, click on the ‘Security’ tab to open it.
  3. In the ‘Security’ tab look for the ‘Group or User name section.
  4. After that, choose the ‘Advanced’ button.
  5. Then, checkmark the ‘Owner Section’ option located at the top of the ‘Advanced Security Settings’ window.
  6. Choose ‘Change’ option.
  7. After that, press the ‘Advanced’ option appears on the ‘User or Group’ window.
  8. Type the name of ‘User Account’ and press the ‘Check Names.’
  9. Choose your account from the given list and click on the ‘Ok’ button.
  10. Verify the ‘Replace Owner on’ sub containers and objects.
  11. Press the ‘Ok tab to save all the changes.

Once you allocate the %ProgramFiles%\\WindowsApps folder’s possession to yourself, then rename it to the WindowsApps old.

Alexa Thomson is an security expert who has worked with leading antivirus software companies. Owing to her expertise in security, finance, accountancy, and technology, her blogs have been published in leading magazines and platforms. Her favorite antivirus software writings come for Webroot support


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