The System boot files are on I. C needs to be marked Active so that the System boot files can be written to it booting Windows 7 DVD Repair console or Repair CD to run Startup Repair 3 Separate Times.
But first C and F must be converted to Primary partitions so that they can be marked Active. Boot free Partition Wizard
bootable CD, rightclick C to Modify>Convert to Primary, OK. Repeat with F. Then rightclick C to Modify>Set to Active. Click on Windows 7 HD to highlight it, from Disk tab select Rebuild MBR which may preclude the need to run the Repairs from DVD/CD. Apply all steps, reboot to see if Repairs are needed.
Once Windows 7 boots on its own and holds the System Active flags, you can boot back into PW CD to rightclick I to Delete it, then resize F into its space or create a new Partition there. PW can even Resize>slide F intact over to right to Move C there but you may need to Rebuild MBR or run Repairs again.
Back up your files first.