Unfortunately I accidentaly hit the REPAIR DISK while my Windows 7 bootcamp partition was selected. Since I have Tuxera NTFS, the button wasn't grey out and I thought at the moment I was repairing the OSX partition. Yes, dumb as hell and now I have to pay for being careless.

So the repair disk ran for roughly 2 minutes until I realize it was the Windows 7 partition. So I cancelled it. Tried to boot on Windows seven and all I have is the blinking underscore for a few moments, then instant restart. Everytime.

So here's what Ive done so far to try to fix it:

  • Reset SMS/PRAM
  • Disable Tuxera/Unmount Windows partition
  • Run Windows Repair disk and go through Startup Repair, Chkdsk /f C:, bootrec stuff (rebuild bcd shows 0 installations), system restore to previous point (cant finish due to errors and shows "Unkown" at the top the window).

None worked.

Disk list on OSX shows me this (I have no idea if that is right or not):

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How can I fix that partition? I still have access to the Windows files with Tuxera, so maybe I could manually replace the damaged files? Or maybe a terminal command could fix it?

Open to any suggestions (besides clean install obviously).

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