Really fun things happen if your laptop falls off the bed while you're asleep. In Windows, I can no longer log off/reboot/shut down normally (Linux, however, is fine). Also, if I put my laptop to sleep in Windows, it will inexplicably refuse to wake up (again, Linux can wake up just fine somehow). A couple days after it fell, there were some Windows Updates to install, after which I was required to reboot. I do. It's installing the updates. 10 minutes pass. 20 minutes pass. It still hasn't rebooted, and still says it's installing updates. This is what I mean when I say it can't reboot normally; it never finishes. I had to force the power off even though it was mid-update. The reason I'm telling you about this failed Windows Update is because it was immediately after this that Windows started asking me to check for disk errors on boot. If I let it, it gives me an error message saying something about "a recently installed program", and that I need to use System Restore before I can use CHKDSK. Fair enough. I try to use System Restore. But I can't. And do you know why it can't? Because Windows has detected file system corruption on my drive, and I must check the disk for errors before it can be restored. From there, it gives me the option to use CHKDSK. You know, the same thing that told me to do a System Restore first. Rinse, repeat, facepalm. Get all that? Windows and all my installed programs on it run fine. Except for the fact that you cannot shut it off, wake it up, use a restore point, listen to anything with a right audio signal, browse the SD card, or open a folder without having to wait 15 seconds, it's almost like nothing ever happened to it. This is not good. What do I do?