Thanks , I found out that my Master boot record was missing or corrupt. The recovery console in windows did not repair this issue. Re installing a new copy of windows did not fix the issue. After further checking around I discovered how to force repair my Master Boot Record..
Insert Windows 7 Installation DVD or Startup Disk and get to the "Repair you computer option" and then the "Command Prompt".
Now you can use one of the following commands:
Bootsect/nt60 C:\....this will install a window on C Drive
Bootsect/nt60 All.......if not sure which drive you OS is in..( this on is guaranteed to work).
Simply remove the disk and reboot. Bingo problem finally solved.
I'm not sure or how or why it happens but a talked to some people and they had the same issue.