Recovery work do not

After getting a virus on my girlfriends laptop which caused this crash she used the windows vista recovery disc Home premium product to try and restore the laptop back to factory settings, however a short while in the restart of a warning sign appears who says

C:\program files\java\jre1.6.0_02\binclient\classes.jsa WARNING

file corrupted block at offset 01523db6

error restoring image

the file or directory is corrupted or unreadable.

and now I can't boot windows vista at all, the windows Boot Manager appears saying that

file: \windows\system 32\winload.exe

status: 0xc000000e

Info: the selected entry could not be loaded, the application is missing or damaged.

can someone help or give me a solution to this issue? any help would be greatly appreciated.

How did you get the method of recovery? Did you really do a clean reinstallation of your system?
Because these messages seem quite abnormal on a new installed machine.

You could do another trial, recovery and see if it happens again. Next step would be to try an original installation disk to Windows. In some rare cases her may be something wrong with the recovery media.

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