It seems to me that the Recovery Console said that there was a problem with your MBR. As such, I don't think that this will cause any further harm to your system (as long as you're not using some sort of boot manager other than the one built into Windows).
The fixmbr is a long shot - but it does indicate that Windows doesn't like the MBR that it found. And the MBR contains the pointers that tell the system where to find the boot sector. So, I'd keep that in mind while continuing to troubleshoot this issue.
You've stated that you can still get into your account, but have related that the system won't boot in Safe, normal, or VGA mode. I'm a bit confused here.
Could you explain a bit more about what you're able to do versus what you're not able to do? Early in the boot sequence errors usually point to hardware, disk function, or early Windows initialization functions - the further into the boot sequence that you're able to get, the more likely it is that there's a problem within Windows or with a hardware driver (that doesn't load early in the boot process).
And yes, I'd suggest backing up your data in any way that you can right now. That's the most important thing.
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