Windows 7 - Service Pack 1 System Repair Disc After upgrading to Windows 7 Service Pack 1, now would be a good time to create a new and updated system repair disc.
Your old system repair disc may no longer be usable if you have upgraded to service pack one and when attempting a system repair you may see a message that “Startup repair cannot repair this computer automatically” or “Could not detect a problem”. Click on the “View problem details” down arrow and as you scroll down to review the details more likely you'll see one entry labeled “OS version mismatch".
There is all so a likely hood that after using your original system repair disc on a version of Windows that has already been updated to Service Pack 1, your computer may no longer be able to boot.
Therefore it would be a good idea to create a new system repair disc after you have upgraded to SP1.
How to create a new System Repair Disc: 1) Click ‘Start’ and in the ‘Search’ box enter:create system repair disc 2) Click on the ‘Program’ named: Create a System Repair Disc 3) Select the ‘Drive’ from the pull down list, the default is your DVD drive. 4) Insert a blank DVD (DVD+R media works best). 4) Click the ‘Create disc’ button.
After the disc has been created, label the sleeve as ‘System Repair Disc’ and clearly indicate this is for Service Pack 1 (SP1).