I know this comes up quite a bit, but none of the other questions have helped me. I have tried using Boot Repair, but didn't have any luck.
This is what it comes up with: http://paste.ubuntu.com/1204105/
I have 3 hard drives - 1 60GB with Windows 7, 1 300GB with games, programs, and music, and 1 320GB that I decided to install Ubuntu on. I thought I did everything correctly, but Windows 7 doesn't come up as an option in Grub, nor can I boot to the Windows drive anymore. It hangs at the loading screen. I have also tried the bootrec.exe/fixmbr and fixboot trick as well, and while they said they were successful I still cannot boot to the drive. I have not touched the Windows 7 partitions.
Unfortunately there are a few files I have on the Windows partition that I'd like to recover if possible, but the drive doesn't show up for me at all. This is my first real run with Linux, although I have used bootable CDs before, so I think it's safe to say that I don't know what I'm doing.