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OMG, just type fdisk /mbr in a DOS-window: Fdisk has an undocumented parameter called /mbr that causes it to write the master boot record to the hard disk without altering the partition table information.
Use bcdedit and pass it the /store argument such as bcdedit /store c:\Boot\BCD to list entries. Importantly, the BCD file may not be on the C drive. You may use the steps described at Error message when you start Windows 7: "The Windows Boot Configuration Data file is missing required information" to attempt to determine the correct partition. ...
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