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Windows is not starting up after removing Linux

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After removing Linux completely, I ran Windows Install disk, but could not repair the start up function. Any advices?
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Use Paragon's Rescue Kit to try to repair this:

http://www.paragon-software.com/home/rk-express/
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from the windows 7 dvd command prompt
bootrec /fixmbr
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