I have a big problem- my macbook pro is now not bootable at all. I had bootcamp with windows XP installed, and the windows XP partition stopped functioning. So, after doing some research, I found I had to go to the recovery console and do a fixboot command. So, I typed fixboot C: and it seemed to work. However, now my computer does not recognize the Mac OS X partition at all and the windows partition STILL doesn't work. To make matters worse, I can't find my restore disk, but I can borrow one from a friend in a day or two. Also, I tried to go into single-user mode but it doesn't work. I am pretty much stuck- is there anything I can do without erasing everything on the hard drive? If worse comes to worst, I guess I'll just have to do a clean restore, but I really don't want to do that. I think all I have to do is somehow restore the MBR, but I'm not sure how to.