But you will need to provide some background, like how you remember your disk was partitioned, and the like.
Essentially the "relevant" part of the .log is:
HFS+ magic value at 35726/24/11
Current partition structure:
1 * HPFS - NTFS 0 32 33 12 223 19 204800 [Reserveret til systemet]
Warning: number of heads/cylinder mismatches 224 (NTFS) != 255 (HD)
Warning: number of sectors per track mismatches 19 (NTFS) != 63 (HD)
2 P HPFS - NTFS 12 223 20 35726 24 10 573732864
Bad relative sector.
3 P HFS 35726 24 11 38913 5 4 51197952
The "red" part is very possibly just a "glitch in the matrix", or however should not influence your booting.
You seem like having the "typical" Windows 7 (or possibly 8) "boot" partition (what the good MS guys call "system") of 204800 sectors, which has some wrong geometry settings (this partition is normally hidden/not assigned a drive letter) and a second partition (which is the actual "system" and "data" partition).
So you originally had just the "C:" drive, correct?
If you re-run TESTDISK and press the P button when you have highlighted either the #1 or the #2 partitions, you should be able to see the "root" directory of each partition.
in #1 you should be able to see at least:
BOOTMGR <- file
\boot\ <- directory
in #2 you should be able to see the previous contents of your "C:" drive.
Now, a good idea would be, before doing anything else/any attempt to repair, to make a copy a few "key" sectors.
To do this, the easiest would probably be Hdhacker:
The general way of operation is:
- first select (on the left side) WHAT you want
- click on the "Load Sector" Button
- click on the "Save Sector" Button and save the file on ANOTHER volume/disk/device
You will be accessing the \\.\Physicaldrive, normally the first disk will be \\.\PhysicalDrive0, the second disk (it seems from the TESTDISK log that you have two disk on the machine on which you are attempting the repair) will be \\.\PhysicalDrive1 and the third disk you will be trying to extract the data should be \\.\Physicaldrive2 (you can check in Disk Management, the numbering of Disks is the same)
HDhacker uses the convention of numbering sectors starting from 1 (unlike "normal" LBA notation).
You want to save sectors:
1 <- the MBR for the extension of 1 sector
2049 <- the PBR of first partition for the extension of 16 sectors
206848 <- (hopefully) the bootsectormirr of first partition for the extension of 1 sector
206849 <- the PBR of second partition for the extension of 16 sectors
572939712 <- (hopefully) the bootsectormirr of second partition for the extension of 1 sector
then you compress the resulting 5 files (please meaningfully named ) into a .zip archive, upload it to zippy or the like and post a link to the file.
With these data I should be able to suggest (hopefully) next steps to take.