OK I see that your issues are
-No win7 CD
- No DVD/CD so cannot use WinCD for recovery.
I think you can try one of the two methods:
Method II below is actually quite easy to follow
I. Find the win7 recover disk from internet, then, extract it, and create an USB bootable win7 recover 'drive'.
check this link, and read method 1 ( for CD)
and method2 (for USB, you need method 2 plus step 4 and 5 of method1)http://www.intowindows.com/how-to-repai ... -dvd-disc/
download the win7 recovery disk from the link in method2, which is below:http://www.intowindows.com/download-win ... -disc-now/
II. If you are familiar with Linux.
You need to get a bootable USB stick containing Debian based distros, like Mint, ubuntu etc , which will boot your laptop via USB, then open terminal, install LILO
, and then another command to use LILO
to write onto MBR as below:
The method to fix the MBR is:
1. Boot the machine using the Live USB/CD.
2. Install lilo
sudo apt-get install lilo
3. Fix the MBR using lilo using the command:
sudo lilo -M /dev/sda mbr
Read this link, and see if it is similar to your situationhttp://thameera.wordpress.com/2011/04/2 ... cd-or-usb/