Sounds like your OS is corrupted. I would suggest running a CHKDSK /R and/or BOOTREC /FIXMBR and BOOTREC /FIXBOOT commands to attempt to repair it. May need to boot to the OS media attempt these repairs.
It isn't important that CTRL-R works - it isn't enough that you can just "get into" the utility. You need to go into it and check the STATUS of your Virtual Disks on the VD MGMT screen, on the right-hand side.
You have to boot to Windows installation/recovery media to run the commands to attempt to repair.