ok please boot back into system recovery options and then follow this guide carefully to run system file checker. hopefully we can repair the missing or corrupted file to boot into windows. Also
, out of the 4 recovery discs you created one of them should be a windows 7 disk, we will need to use that for some repair options if nothing else works. also please let me know if you were infected with any kind of malware before this all happened.
) Then click Next for this System Recovery Options dialog box.
) At this System Recovery Options dialog box, make sure there is a dot at "Use Recovery Tools" and be sure to make note of the Location drive letter. (If you dont see that step, input C:)The correct drive letter must be entered in the following steps; then click Next.
) In the command window that opens type this command below and hit the <enter> key, be sure to use your drive letter, where mine is F: for this demonstration yours probably will not be the same
sfc /scannow /offbootdir=f:\ /offwindir=f:\windows
You will get a blinking curser while it checks and attempts to repair any issues it may find, it could take quite a bit of time to complete.9
To close the command window after the scan type exit
and hit the <enter> key.
Though my demonstration / test found no errors to repair, yours may and if it does it may take you running this command a couple separate times to completely repair any issues it finds so don't give up after just one attempt.
Edited by acerts04, 10 March 2014 - 06:15 PM.