Create Restore Point on Shutdown Tags: Configuration Windows 7 Shutdown Last response: December 4, 2010 11:06 PM in Windows 7 Share TommyRandom December 4, 2010 10:42:40 PM Does anyone here know of a way to create a restore point automatically when Windows 7 shuts down? As an alternative, is there a routine action (such as updating my antivirus/anti-spyware) that will force creation of a restore point? Thanks. More about : create restore point shutdown sminlal a c 209 $ Windows 7 December 4, 2010 11:06:59 PM Windows automatically creates restore points every 24 hours. You can confirm this by opening a Command Prompt window using "Run As Administrator" and typing the following command: vssadmin list shadows m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources can not create restore point in Wndows 7 Forum i can create a back up and restore & there is no restore point. Forum Why does windows vista not allow me to create a restore point Forum Everytime i create a restore point it disappears upon reboot on windows 7 Forum Windows 7 will not allow me to create a restore point Forum Unable to create restore point Forum System Restore Is Not Able to Create a Restore Point Forum Create System Restore Point Automatically Forum WinXP Pro Create Restore Point Forum uninstalling a program crashes on creating system restore point Forum How to stop while creating a restore point Forum cannot create restore points Forum Customizing System Restore to create custom restore points.. Forum SolvedCreate Wireless Bridge or Wireless Access Point Forum SolvedCan't find "create system image" in Backup and Restore Forum Solvedwon't allow any downloads and has no restore point Forum SolvedAdd new access point to create second network Forum SolvedCan i create an ISO image of my current PC state so i can restore from it? Forum SolvedWill Backing up Files on Win 7 Replace the Restore Point ? Forum Components to create a wired ethernet network with a wireless cess point at a different location from the router. Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows 7 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Laptops !