Welcome aboard, rcampana
Quote: Originally Posted by rcampana
I recently moved and left my install disk somewhere at home so I am trying to find a way to fix this without having to reinstall Windows. Any help would be appreciated.
You need to run Startup Repair
, for at least three times with restarts after every single run to fix the corrupted MBR. This suggestion is already included in what writhziden suggested.
In order to get the desired results, you are to run Startup Repair
either using the installation disk, or using a repair disk. As you dont have the installation disk ATM, you can download a repair disk from the link specified in the first post of the thread Win7 Repair Disk Download
(you need the 64 bit one, as your system is).
Burn the downloaded ISO in a blank disk, boot from it, and run startup repair for three separate times.