Thank you very much. As it seems many people have problems using Bootrec.exe to fix a missing MBR, this thread is helping me immensely. I'm still searching for the solution as I cannot get Recovery to display my Windows installation yet.http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/w7itproinstall/thread/7791044e-db7f-4144-a96c-945299811f58/
What I tried: Using recovery manager to boot into cmd promt:
SELECT DISK (followed by the number of the disk . most likely 0)
SELECT PARTITION (followed by your partition number. most likely 0)
Still cant seem to get it to work. Will try Gparted and then swapping sata cables next.
Finally got it working! Wasn't working for me initially because of my additional seagate drive I think. Once I removed it and had just my Samsung SSD, the instructions above combined with the Win repair tool worked and my installation was showing up.