Fresh Windows installation (Windows 10 20H2), with a partition C: of about 140 GB, and partition D: with the remaining space (2 TB total). My problem is that restore points get deleted every time I boot. So far I found out that this coincides with an error in the Volume Shadow Service. When I look at the Logs > System I see a 'volsnap' error with the following message: "The shadow copies of volume C: were deleted because the shadow copy storage could not grow in time. Consider reducing the IO load on the system or choose a shadow copy storage volume that is not being shadow copied." The event Id is 25. The thing is, my C partition has around 55 GB of data and 85 GB of empty space. And system restore points cannot be located to another drive AFAIK. Please advise - what can I do to restore uhm... system restore? Does anyone have any ideas?