I had tried EasyBCD and followed instructions but it doesn't seem to work very well in creating a Windows 7 entry. It set the path to /ntldr which doesn't exist for Windows 7.
I'm happy sticking with the command line bcdedit, but again, not getting anywhere with it.
I have managed to get it to look like this:
(I have no idea what real-mode boot sector is or how I got that there)
But now at boot, if I select Windows 7 it says digital signatures cannot be verified.
I have no access whatsoever to CDs, even if I did I couldn't use them as the DVD drive stopped working after I put Windows 7 on (the whole reason for this issue now!!).
I must be able to sort this from the command line? But I have no idea how.