Windows 7 won't start after interrupted update

I am working on a Windows 7 home computer for someone where it lost power while updates were being applied. Now it will not startup. I have booted from a Windows 7 disk, repair does not work, system restore does not work, I have attached pictures of the screen from the errors. I am at the point of rebuilding the system. Any Suggestions?
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Did you try the bootrec/bcdedit to repair the Mir.

Given all you have tried, remaining option might be to backup all the files. And reinstall...
Lionel MMSmall Business IT ConsultantCommented:
Did you try more than one restore point--I prefer going back to ones that are 2 to 3 weeks ago rather than the most recent.
techhelptrainerAuthor Commented:
I tried both the most recent and oldest restore points which resulted in two images I posted.

Based on the comment above I tried Bootrec /fixmbr  and fixboot which completed succesfully. when I did the scanos it did not find any windows installations. These steps did not help. I am not familiar with bootrec so if there is more I can do let me know. Thanks for the good suggestions
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The difficulty is trying to identify the update that was interrupted, c:\windows\windowsupdate.log

Not sure it would be possible to use the update ....

After backing up the files from the system, imaging the drive, reinstalling the OS, repair install might be the ..........and then installing the apps.
Lionel MMSmall Business IT ConsultantCommented:
In the long run, since none of the above seems to be working, you may save time just starting over, once you have backed up your data (or not formatting your drive during re-install)

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techhelptrainerAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the helpful ideas I did end up rebuilding it.
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