A few days ago I dropped my laptop, and now Windows will no longer boot. I'm getting SMART errors about there being a problem with my hard drive but it doesn't seem too bad. However the strange thing is that even though Windows won't work, I can boot Ubuntu just fine for some reason.
When I try to load Windows, it takes me straight to startup repair. I tried to reset the system partition using this tool called OneKey Recovery which comes preinstalled with my laptop, but it didn't work. The first time I tried it, it got stuck at 1% so I shut off my laptop. Then i decided to try a second time and this time it deleted the entire partition instead, so now I no longer have a boot entry for windows. And I'm sure all the files are gone because on Ubuntu I can access my windows file system for some reason and all the files and folders are missing now.
Now I have absolutely no trace of windows left on my computer besides the startup repair software. I was thinking of doing a clean reinstall of windows 7 but I don't have a CD (never came with one in the first place). What should I do to fix this problem?
I want to get windows back up and running ASAP