do you still have the CTM screen problem? It can be fixed from a Windows installation/repair disc, but you can also launch the System Recovery Options from within. During the CTM start screen, hit "F8" repeatedly to boot into "Advanced Boot Options". Select "Repair Your Computer". Whatever you do next, DO NOT opt for the automatic "repair and restart" offer that is likely to be presented. In combination with the coming up command, the automatic repair would render your system unbootable. Furthermore, in contrast to the announcement, at this point the system is unable to automatically shut down. By all means hit "no" and then "next". You will still receive an error message 0x80070002, which turns out to be unimportant. Following this, you will be given an option for "Command Prompt". In the command prompt, type
to erase CTM from the MBR. Close the command prompt and restart. That's it. IF YOU SHOULD HAVE PRESSED THE "REPAIR AND RESTART" BUTTON BY MISTAKE, LEAVE THE "FIXMBR" COMMAND OUT AND START OVER.
Regards, Volume Z