Quote: Originally Posted by Brink
Hello a cooperator, and welcome to Seven Forums.
If you have not already, you might see if you may be able to do the system restore at boot using OPTION TWO instead.
Hope this helps,
Thank you Brink for your reply. I have created a System Repair Disc and have done these steps for doing system restore with Using a Windows 7 Installation or System Repair Disc
But when I booted from a System Repair Disc I didn't notice some windows such as in your explanation:
For instance I didn't see these two windows:
I immediately skipped into this window below and this window which doesn't contain any system your Explanation, but it contains my system in my case. Thus, I am asking what next step I should do because I am afraid that if I continue and press 'next', the recovery of the factory which is on drive D(please look at the fourth image below) maybe will restore and my system will be reinstalled from the Recovery of factory.
But I think that the letter of drive in windows converts into the letter which follows it in MS-DOS. For instance, if the letter of my system's drive is C, then it will be "D" in the Ms-DOS, so that window above is normal and 'D' contains my system which is installed in my system and not the recovery of the factory. But could you confirm that for me to continue or not.
In addition, when I check on the 'restore your computer using a system image that you created earlier, I have noticed possibility to browse my computer while I am on DOS, and I notice my computer contains many drivers
which was in when I am on Windows:
However, When I am in windows:
Local Drive(C) 683GB
I would like respectfully you to answer me.