Under the status tab it says, "You must enable System Protection on this drive". If this is what's causing the problem, is there any way I can enable system protection through the command prompt option?
A few minutes ago my Windows 7 laptop crashed and now it won't startup without crashing. I was using a program to defrag my registry (bad idea). I've tried starting it in safemode but that crashes too. A system restore would probably work perfectly except there is a slight problem, after I select System Restore from the Windows Recovery options screen and select my restore point I can't go any further. I get to the screen where it asks me to select my hard drive but I can't select it. I click the check box but it never checks. I don't know what else to do.
I cannot repair my Windows 7 using a repair disk because I do not have one. I downloaded Windows 7 from my Universities website for free. I have the original Windows Vista Home Premium install disk, though. If i were to use this, I would lose all of my files on my computer right? I really don't want to do that.
What can I do about my System Restore?