Those tags can be pain. It should look like this:
[img]web address of picture[/img]
where "web address of picture" is something like www.website.com/blah/blah/blah.jpg
Aww..geez, that is a mess, isn't it?
Don't worry, though. It can be fixed.
Do you have a Windows 7 installation disk? If not, DO NOT
continue with my further instruction!!
With the computer turned off, remove all but the Disk 2 that has the C: drive on it (it should be the only one connected). You must be absolutely sure which one is connected!! You called the C: drive "Disk 1" when it is labeled as "Disk 2" in Disk Management. Make sure you confirm which one is connected, or my fix won't work.
Now, as you turn on the computer, go into the BIOS (usually F2, Esc, or Del) and change the boot order to boot off the optical drive before the hard drive. Insert your Windows 7 disk and "Save and exit
" from the BIOS. If you are prompted to press a key to boot off a CD/DVD, press any key (the spacebar is always popular). Once the disk loads, on the screen that has "Install Now" chose Repair your computer
. The recovery tools will scan for Windows installations and likely tell you that an operating system can be recovered. Allow it to reboot. Boot off the DVD once again (using the same procedures as before), this time selecting the recovered operating system > click Next > Startup Repair
If there are any problems with the Windows bootloader (there isn't one on that drive), the recovery tools will fix it. Reboot, this time changing the boot order to have your hard drive back at the top of the list. See if it boots properly. If not, boot off your Windows 7 DVD again, and do another Startup Repair. Sometimes it can take more than one Startup Repair to fix it.
You should be able to boot like normal now. If not, and multiple Startup Repairs don't fix it, let me know, and we'll go from there.
But I'm pretty confident you should be able to boot.