|05 Dec 2009||#21|
The problem seems to be that NeoGrub bootloader which is on the same drive C: as MBR. Can you remove it using Add/Remove in EasyBCD? It's blocking repair of the MBR.
Then boot into Win7 DVD and try running Startup Repair 3 times.
Since you may need to reinstall 7 to overcome the GRUB corruption, you might consider deleting that EISA partition in the prime lower address, either extend Vista into that space (using Partition Wizard CD) or delete Vista and move or reinstall Win7 there.
But first try running Startup Repair 3 times to rewrite the MBR, after deleting that GRUB bootloader using EasyBCD.
If that fails, boot back into Repair Command Line and run "bootrec.exe /fixboot" and "bootrec.exe /fixmbr" then restart,
or if those don't work "Bootsect.exe /nt60 all /force".
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