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Resotred C: drive and can't boot.

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Hello everyone, this is Suhinder. Recently, running Windows 7 64-bit, I restored my C: drive. I waited and waited and it finally finished and now I can't boot into Windows 7. Currently, i'm running on Linux. If anyone can help me get back to Windows 7, that'd be great. I had so many unneeded applications and a couple viruses on the computer so I decided to restore(the viruses were disabled). I know it wasn't supposed to restore everything because it said "This will restore your computer to factory conditions with the preloaded software that it came with." I don't know what to do and really need help.

Many thanks, Suhinder.
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