Well...IMO, the easy way to attempt to retrieve data from a hard drive/partition when Windows won't boot...is simply to remove the drive from the troubled system and then connect it directly to the motherboard (if a compatible 3.5 inch drive) or to a USB port on a system that is well-protected and free of problems. For a laptop drive to be connected to a desktop system, the user should use one of the various USB devices designed for such.
Examples at http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList....410%20-%20%2425
. Note that some enclosures only support SATA drives, some support only PATA, some support either/both.
Data files (not program files) can then be transferred to whatever.
Of course, you can always try a boot disk of some sort...but the likelihood of being able to boot Windows from there...is pretty small, IMO. A boot disk without any tools to attempt repair...is pretty useless, IMO.
There are various disks which fall into this category of repair disks...but, since it is unknown what prevents booting now...it seems that some knowledgeable person would have to do the experimenting.
Something to think about.
If you still want a boot disk, see http://www.bootdisk.com/