I got myself in a somewhat funny situation. I was playing around with WinHex (you can already see where this is going), and I mistook the "Fill disk sectors" option for "wipe unused space", while in fact it fills ALL the sectors. I wanted to see how it worked and I started it, and it quickly returned an error saying that it cannot write to the disk cause it is in use. I got a bit suspicious at this point and checked the first sectors on the drive, and yup - seems the boot loader sectors were deleted before the program stopped the overwriting process. I have the ISO of the rescue disk and all my important data is backed up, so I am not particularly worried. However, I do not have a working CD/DVD writer at the moment and it would be a bit of a pain to get to one right now to burn the rescue disc ISO. I am currently logged into the computer and am tip-toeing around my applications, afraid that something might cause a system crash and force a restart I was wondering if anyone knows of a way to restore the boot loader while being logged into windows, without having to use the rescue disc? I looked around the TC options and searched online a bit, but found nothing. The only option I can think of is to decrypt the whole drive right now and then encrypt it again, to have TC fill the boot sectors again. Any other alternatives I might have?