Okay, background info -
I had an install of Vista Enterprise that was Blue screening, and I wanted to give it a chkdsk. I burned what i thought was the standard Vista install disk to run the recovery install. I went through it, but did not see the 'repair install' link. In a clearly unbrilliant move, I continued on, and before I knew it, it started formatting the drive. As soon as I realized what was occurring (about 30 seconds later) The system had no volume name, just a partition with only a "temp" directory with 2 txt log files in it. I used EASEUS Data Recovery Pro to recover the files, and it worked, but none of the file structure nor the names survived. Is there any way to just repair the MFT? I know everything is still there - nothing has been written to the drive. Thanks.