Hello and welcome Mikey
There is a problem with the startup entry . The automated startup repair doesn't fix such problems all the times. What you need to do is to run ( click
) Startup Repair
, using either a system repair disk, or a windows installation disk. Sometimes it needs to run startup repair for at least three times, with restarts after every single run (Startup Repair - Run 3 Separate Times
) . This action will add the missing OS loader.
At the same time, as you forced the system restore to stop, there might be some corruptions in your system files , too. To fix those, you need to try SFC /SCANNOW : Run in Command Prompt at Boot
If you dont have either the system repair CD or the or a windows 7 installation DVD, but you have a legit windows 7 product key, you may download the windows 7 pro 64 bit iso from digital river .