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Yeah, unfortunately when you move or resize partitions it destroys the Windows boot sector. You might try repairing it with your Windows DVD. Follow the Microsoft instructions at this LINK. But a warning.... do NOT repair the wrong partition! Make sure it's the boot camp partition you're repairing. If that doesn't work, you may be able to pull data off the Windows partition from OS X.

By the way, there are lots of web sites that show how to repair Windows 7. If you're using another version of Windows, search for the applicable repair. Note though, that the repair instructions are assuming you're using a Windows machine but in reality, your Boot Camp partition is a native Windows installation.
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