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Windows 7: Not BSOD, But Definately a crash error, Can't login full details below

30 Sep 2011   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
 
 
Not BSOD, But Definately a crash error, Can't login full details below

Alright so here is the whole story it'll be long.
Alright so I had a small partition on my hard drive and my games on my laptop distracted me from doing school work on my laptop so I decided that 20gb (the partition's size) was enough space to install a well-enough-for-school linux distro I chose Fedora 15 or 16 I don't know but it doesn't matter. So I booted (that sounds incorrect but I know it's not) Linux from the flashdrive as usual and installed it (Did it before with so many linux distros on my old PC I have it to choose between 4 different OSs obviously not a good idea but again I'm off topic) SO ANYWAY here's what happened I was like "Eh I don't need a swap-space" Which is what I said but What I was thinking "I have to create another partition maybe really small but I'm too lazy to create that partition" and so I proceeded. Now we come to the beginning of the problem. I couldn't boot into windows because it didn't let me choose now I think "Huh, Swap-Space... Sh*t" Now I'm thinking "I've never deleted a linux install before but what could go wrong?" (I think you see where this is going) so I boot into the flashdrive linux and format the linux partition (Easy right?) Now I can't boot so I put in my install disc to repair my install disc didn't have a repair option on it. So I do that boot back in and everything is in the windows.old folder like they said.it would (they being the all magical non-repair install disc) so now I go move everything back with the CMD I just learned my install disc has. (could've fixed my Missing MBR Within like 3 seconds hmm bootrec /fixmbr) now I try to log on (I was able to log on the first time then I restarted my computer) and now the Profile button isn't even there I'm not able to even try to insert my password. Any ideas?

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