No, my pc doesn't allow me to auto boot from the recovery partition. So I need:
- a boot disk that supports ntfs
- one that has a command line so I can access my 64bit NTFS Windows 7 drive
- one that supports 64bit systems
You can boot from a "16bit" bootdisk. The bitness (if that exists) doesn't matter.
Just ask around for a Windows 7 setup DVD. Any one will do. You'll want to boot into setup and use the "Repair System" option.
edit UBCD http://www.ubcd4win.com/downloads.htm
Hiren's bootCD http://www.hiren.info/pages/bootcd
Microsoft also has downloads of Windows PE, but it's only on Technet now :(
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You can make one on any Windows 7 64 bit system, go to the All Programs menu, then the Maintenance Folder, then select "Create System Repair Disc"