Since Windows regularly creates system restore points, it overwrites old ones when the allotted space for system restore is full. What I'm trying to do is make a system restore point of my PC's current state and make sure that it won't be overwritten by Windows.
I know that I could make a system image but I have ruled that option out because it will also overwrite my personal files (documents, music, etc.).
If this is not possible to do, does anyone know of another way to restore my system without affecting personal files? Besides manually copying system folders, that is.