Hello, I am running a Linux/Windows 7 dual boot that I wanted to get rid of by removing the Linux bit. Somebody recommended I use Partition Magic, and I installed it before I read about its compatibility issues... but by then I had already started it up, and it offered to fix some small problem with a partition. I clicked ok and it was done in a second. After that I restarted for some reason, and now it won't load into Windows anymore. I get the bootloader, choose Windows, it shows a black screen for several seconds and then a bluescreen for a fraction of a second (sorry, for the life of me I couldn't tell what it says on there). Then, it offers the choice of letting Windows fix the error or booting normally. Booting normally doesn't work and just goes to the blue screen again. Letting Windows fix the error doesn't work either and it just tells me it can't repair it. Luckily I still have Linux (and I'm not going to get rid of it after all...), and that works still fine. Of course I desperately need my Windows and all the files there all the same... any help would be very much appreciated, and please remember I am on Linux right now, if that makes a difference.