So you didn't follow the advice about fdisk /mbr in your previous thread. Had you done that with a M$ version of fdisk, it would have set out the correct code on the MBR for the BIOS and the bootstrap loader to find and to boot Windows.
command is entered at a prompt when booting from a Win boot disk.
Now that you have fdisked the entire disk, find a Win boot disk (such as Win98) and use that to boot your machine with CD-ROM support. Then you can install Windoze from your CD, if you so desire. A Win boot disk can be found at http://www.bootdisk.com
in a variety of flavors.