No, unfortunately not everything is understandable, and being this a "vital" matter, (to boot or not to boot, that is the question ), it is very important that we can exchange EXACT info.
Analyzing the mbr - sector zero was created mbr typical Microsoft's new signature drive and a new partition table in sector 32 HDD remainder of custom mbr
cannot be understood, as well as:
It seems to me that the initial 400 bytes of custom mbr (hybrid?) For my laptop HP Probook 4520s with Windows 7 32 bit equipped with UEFI Bios enough.
The MBR is a single sector, the first absolute sector of a disk or LBA0.
Typically, if the HP came with Vista or 7, partitions will be aligned to "1 Mbyte", i.e. the first partition should start on sector LBA 2048 or CHS 0/32/33.
It is possible (but UNlikely) that a copy of the original MBR has been made and saved in any of the "hidden sectors".
Make a copy of the first 2048 sectors of the disk (by using dd or a similar program), compress it in a .zip or 7z archive and attach it to your next post.
When you use an online translator, there are some tricks that you can use:
1. use SHORT sentences
2. use SIMPLEST possible grammar/sentence structure
3 .imagine that you are talking to a child
4. try using the same online translator to translate back to the original language the result of the translation
5. if the result is different from the original, try using some different terms/construction of sentence