can anyone help with my accidentally compressed BOOTMGR??

recently i installed Windows 7 Ultimate on my notebook, ASUS F6V type
and i installed them on drive C, then i compressed the drive, along with all the subfolders and files.
after that i restart the notebook, and all i can see is just a blank black page, written down

BOOTMGR is compressed
Press Ctrl + Alt + Del to restart

so i press them all to restart, right after restarted, the only think i can see is the blank black page and i keep getting that message above about BOOTMGR is compressed etc etc, can anyone help me how to configure them back without log into the windows ( i cant open my notebook, because of that condition) sorry for my bad english, i am not a native...

please anyone i need your help as soon as possible... explain them please >.<"


Mostly Harmless
Staff member
You'll need to boot from a Linux Live CD (download from Ubuntu Home Page | Ubuntu) and use that to replace bootmgr with a non-compressed copy.