This is a bit of a read so Ill tell you what I know.
I turned on my laptop to connect to the wifi and and my Laptop froze, I was greeted by a BSOD and and booting into a BSOD loop. System repair came up with "System volume information is corrupt"
Couldnt fix it, nothing. I just installed windows 7 Home onto a 500GB SSD. Now bought a docking station to hook the old HDD into to retrieve files and load the registry hive. I coped over the folders that I wanted from the hard drive that I had wanted. None of the ones that would obviously crash it. Hers where it gets interested. I loaded the Registery hive and exported just the Software portion under the imported registry so I could just copy the folders that contained my games without simply reinstalling them. I don't know what caused the system file corruption in the first place on the original HDD. Importing just the Circled part in the uploaded picture provided caused the same BSOD followed by the BSOD bootloop that I had first experienced. I want to know how to fix the registry so I can import it without going through this again.