Quote: Originally Posted by boyans
Boot Windows CD/DVD.
From System Recovery options -> Command Prompt:
bootsect /nt60 all /force /mbr
assuming your Windows 7 is on c: - change drive letter if on other drive (check using dir command).
You can use any Windows 7 DVD but I think it has to be the same architecture as the installed Windows x32 or x64.
I'm not sure this will be all you need to do because "bcdboot /?" gives this info
/m If an OS loader GUID is provided, this option merges the
given loader object with the system template to produce a
bootable entry. Otherwise, only global objects are merged.
You could probably do this and then use "bootrec /RebuildBcd"
Maybe someone else can correct me if I'm wrong.
EDIT: Just re-read it and it says only "global objects are merged", so maybe the orignal Win 7 entry will still be there but that could be missing or have errors and thats why you can't boot.