click HBCD Menu
click Browse folder
in right hand window page down to MbrFix.cmd
a black command window will open and also a MbrFix.txt window.
In the taskbar click on the c:\ in the box next to B:\Temp\HBCD...
Now the black command window should show with b:\Temp\HBCD>_
Type the command as you had in #29 with adding the location to save the file.
MbrFix /drive 0 savembr C:\Backup_MBR_0.bin
(The OP can check on the c drive to see it is in the root directory)
Then the command to fix it:
MbrFix /drive 0 fixmbr /yes
Then he can close the command window and click Start in the lower left hand corner,
in the window that comes up hit the down arrow to select Restart / Eject
Then click OK
(The machine will eject the Hirens Boot CD and Start up normally.)"
Done. (Except for the part about check the C drive to see if it's in the root directory. Not sure what that means.
This leaves the E:\ partition intact so perhaps we should try and run MBR Wizard while we are here before we reboot?
UH oh.... hold on...