Hello everyone! A few days ago, on my Lenovo IBM T60 laptop with Windows 7 installed as an OS; most of the applications on my PC stopped responding(With a PC?!). So, I shut the laptop down. When I booted it back up, I didn't get the Windows 7 start up animation. Instead, I recieved a screen telling me that Windows had failed to start. So, I went to the recovery console. Once there, I went to the System Restore option. When I went to select an OS, it wasn't there! I also didn't have a recent back-up file on hand, so I whipped out my Ultimate Boot Disc, and ran a check-disk. It did find some bad blocks and repaired them. Although, when I restarted my PC and went back to the System Restore option in the recovery console, my OS was back! I also had a couple of restore points available. BUT, they were from 2009. Windows still won't start up either. I thought it was an MBR problem, but now, I think it's a partition problem. Anyway, I need to know the best implementation or program I can use to solve this problem. Thank you all! Roxxas2 P.S. When I start it up, the file it says it's missing, is the tcpip.sys file.