So I seem to have gotten myself into a pickle, and decided to come here for help before I go any further.
I have been using Windows 7 Build 7000 since it was released, and recently downloaded Build 7057, and I tried an upgrade.
The upgrade seemed to work fine until it was transferring files, settings, and programs. It got stuck at 62% the first time, so I rolled back to 7000 and tried again. Once again, it got stuck on 62%, so I tried doing a rollback a second time, but it told me that I had file corruption and needed to run chkdsk, so I booted to the CD and opened the command prompt from there and ran chkdsk c: /r on my drive.
That finished fine, but now, when I go to rollback to the 7000, it boots to a command prompt at "X:\$Windows.BT\Windows\System32\"
Has anyone else come across this problem? What can I do?