Run Startup Repair a few more times to see if it finds something to repair and completes.
Next burn to CD Windows 7 Repair CD for your (32- or 64-bit) Windows 7: System Repair Disc - Create
. Boot it to copy out your files using this method: Copy & Paste - in Windows Recovery Console
Next see if Repair CD finds a Windows 7 installation, then run Startup Repair repeatedly again.
If this fails Next burn to CD free Partition WIzard bootable CD, boot it and post back a camera snap or type out the full Disk listings given on the map. Partition Wizard
. Then highlight the Windows 7 HD and from the Disk tab run Rebuild MBR, Apply, restart to see if it starts.
If not boot back into PW CD, Rightclick on the Recovery Partition to Modify>Set to Active, then restart the computer to see if it boots into Factory Recovery.
If not, boot back into PW CD, mark the Windows 7 partition itself Active, then again highlight the HD, select Rebuild MBR from Disk tab, restart. If this fails, boot into the Windows 7 Repair CD to run Startup Repair up to 3 separate times with reboots.
You may need to order Recovery Disks from the manufacturer or find a Windows 7 installer for your version to clean reinstall with the Product Key on COA sticker, following these steps to get a perfect reinstall: Reinstalling Windows 7