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This is why we use free Partition Wizard bootable CD for thousands of often-complicated partitioning operations here without a single fail - it checks the file system as it works while the XPired-era tools don't.
Make sure Windows 7 partition or it's 100mb System Reserved partition (preferred) is set to Active, then run Startup Repair repeatedly. It should automate Disk Check and SFC but if not run them manually from System Recovery Options Command Line: SFC -SCANNOW Run in Command Prompt at Boot and Disk Check
Why would you turn off System Restore which is your first best method to recover from self-imposed problems like this? Turn it back on and even apportion more Disk space so more points hang around longer.
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