I posted in this forum last week (http://windows7forums.com/windows-7-support/36050-need-help-windows-back-up.html#post133866),
that I encountered a problem with backing-up windows, and admin rights issues when I'm trying to save files into regular folders (all the screenshots in the link above).
Also, after I ran the sfc /scannow command, some nice dude told me that there's a problem that this command can't fix and I should do repair install.
Anyway, I did repair install (using upgrade).
I didn't check to see if the problems went away yet.
I already had Windows 7 64bit installed when I did the upgrade. I did it with the help of this post: Repair Install - Windows 7 Forums
So it's basically a repair install, not pure upgrade from old system to a new one.
I'll update now.
Regarding the previous thread. I don't seek help with the backup, as much as I need help with the problem that sfc /scannow can't fix. One of the guys in this forum wrote about the problem after I posted the CBS log file.
Yes, i agree with that completely that is why (even if windows 7 backup won't work the usual way, I "offline" my D:\ drive with drive management (Reason for this is windows 7 tries to back it up as well and Me don't have that much room on my E:\ drive to store both an image of C:\ and D:\ combined... silly windows -=8^) once it's offline I select drive backup, but instead of running the backup part, i look to the left, and "create system image" which goes just fine as always, even when full drive backup fails.. Anyway images of your crucial system drive are vital in getting back "MOST" of what You had, so get in the habit of creating them every so often, depending on how much You do and install on the PC they are a must to recover from, anyway yeah that's How i stay sane in this wild malware infested PC world of ours... PEACE OUT!