i will cover many different ways to fix it, one worked for me but i dont know which.
Step 1: Cmd Codes
if that doesnt work go into cmd through the disk and type these in:
i think there were a few more but i forgot where i found them.
try the next step if your unsure
Step 2: Copy Files
and there is another one in:
now copy the one from the boot folder into system32
it should boot up, if it doesnt try the repair disk again and the commands
now after this my computer just restarted during bootup, it was dualbooted with ubuntu, i could go into that but not win 7 because the hard drive was from my school laptop and i put it into a different computer to try and fix it, i gave up because i couldnt get it to boot so i put it back in my lappy, and waddya know, my laptop worked, but my boot screen was the windows repair one, i updated it to the original with win7boot updater see uploaded file
Step 3: Win 7 Boot Updater
the pacman one is a pacman boot screen