I love you guys. Usually when I post something in different forums, I never get feedback. This thread has been so long ago, I almost forgot about it. You really reward me by signing up just to thank me. Thank YOU... ;)
So you used "bcdboot d:\windows" and still got no success? Well, then I'm fresh out of ideas.
Did you have to change the active partition? Cause as far as I know, if you have EFI instead of BIOS, sometimes a start partition of around 100 MBytes is used instead of the windows partition.
If you're on the command line, you can try to access your windows partition by typing "c:" and then "dir". It gives you a list of files and directories. If there's "windows" amongst those directories, then this is your windows partition. You can also try "d:" or "e:". Also follow the...
Okay, when you booted from the recovery disc, do you have access to your windows partition and is it located on c:? Sometimes when booting from a recovery disc, the windows partition gets mounted as d: or something else.
The "c:\windows" path must point to your actual windows path. The "/s c:"...
1. Start from recovery disc
2. Go to command line
3. Execute "bcdboot c:\windows /s c:"
4. Boot manager should be fixed now
Had the same problem, searched the whole net, found nothing, tried every damn command I could find, spent a whole day on this, and now I'm sharing the magic. :-)