Funny how you post what you want the answer to be.
But sorry, like it or not: since Vista the Repair Install is done from the desktop as a last resort before reinstall.
The "real" repair needed when Windows 7 will not start is Startup Repair, which runs myriad tests including SFC which assures the system files.
If not, you can copy out your files using this method: Copy & Paste - in Windows Recovery Console
The mucking you've been doing puts you in the waiting room for our BSOD squad.
But if you can't pluck the bugcheck file out using tutorial above to post for their expert diagnosis, then you'll need to move to the E.R.: Startup Repair
I'd test RAM with memtest86 for 5-6 passes and HD using maker's diagnostics/repair extended CD scan first to clear hardware.