Vista Home Basic. My restore backup and restore is "RunOnce", how do I change to normal?

I downloaded a program from the internet and immediately unitnstalled, because it was not what I expected. Now my "backup and restore is on" RunOnce.  How to change backup and restore back to normal?

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Hello

1. What is the name of the program you downloaded / installed?

I suggest that you perform a System Restore to the point your backup and restoration were normal.

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