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MBRFix.exe did not work. Are you sure you have it at c:\MBRFix.exe ?

Is there a C:\Backup_MBR_0.bin ?

Is there a C:\newMBR.bin

See if you can run it from Windows:

Start, Run, cmd, OK to bring up a command window. Type:

C:\MbrFix  /drive  0  savembr  C:\Backup_MBR_0a.bin

(Does this command work? If so try:)

C:\MbrFix  /drive  0  restorembr  C:\newMBR.bin

Boot into the Recovery Console and run the fixboot c: command. Do not let it create a new partition.

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The MBRFix.exe file is saved to my usb as a zip file. I extracted the files and it is in a new folder. The Farbar is saved on the same usb drive. By the way, I'm a little confused about the command lines that you ask me to copy for fixlist and fixlog. Am I supposed to do anything with them? I'm wondering if I'm doing something wrong or if I'm not understanding your instructions clearly.
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You have to move the mbrfix.exe from the folder to F:\ in order for the commands to work. Then try Post #23 again. You can drop the one line that worked.

Copy the next 4 lines:

CMD: copy /y F:\mbrfix.exe C:\

then continue.
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