Fix BootMGR without a CD-ROM Drive??

My computer runs 64 bit Vista. My CD-ROM has gone the way of the dinosaurs, and I'm guessing when it went down it took my BootMGR with it. I have made a bootable USB stick with SuperGrub, and have tried the !WIN! option, but it doesn't seem to do anything. Is there another option I can use in SuperGrub, or is there another program I can boot from a USB drive that I can use to fix my BootMGR with?? I'd greatly appreciate any and all help!



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