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Windows 7 won't start

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I was trying to install wome bluetooth drivers but kept getting the unknown digital signature message, so I went to google for a way to disable it - and so I "found":

This guide made my pc start in test mode, which I was not fond of, so I thought this command would revert it:
bcdedit.exe -set TESTSIGNING off

But now windows wont start! Ran the repair tool several times, no go, I have no back-up points and the win7 cd repair doesn't find anything either...

All I can do is open up the cmd on the win7 cd, so can anybody tell me how to revert it uaing that?

Much appreciated, thank you
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