I had a Windows 7 Ultimate - Zorin OS 11 dual boot. I used Easy BCD to remove Zorin, so I can have just Win7. Easy BCD successfully removed the dual boot, but then I did a really stupid thing. When I started to delete the 1st of 4 linux partitions (so I can allocate it to windows partitions in windows disk management), after some time I canceled it. As it was still running in the background, I decided to restart the computer while the deletion process was still running. I know it's a really stupid thing to do... I tried reinstalling WIN7 again, can't do it because it boots up, and freezes at 'starting windows'. I tried to install ubuntu, ubuntu tries to do something but in the end, the last two lines are:
kernel panic - not syncing: atempted to kill init! exitcode=0x00000600 drm_kms_helper: panic occured, switching back to text console
Then I tried with Mint 17.3 Rosa Cinammon and it gave me the same error, but Mint wrote about 20 lines of code after that error, and then it did nothing for hours...
What's the most disturbing thing is that I can not "communicate" with the computer. If I boot Win7 live usb, I can't get to the installation menu (so I can't acces cmd) because it gets stuck at 'starting windows, if I boot Linux from live usb, I can just watch linux ejecting errors and I can't write any commands or anything. I can only look at the monitor and hope that linux can save my ass, but I guess it can't because the grub is removed.
I'm still hoping that I can do something, so please, please can someone help me fix this or give me any kind of a solution that doesn't involve me buying a new hard drive (or a new PC).