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did this problem occur after a format or have you been in the bios ??
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havnt been in bios
didnt do a format
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used any software like partition manager or similar ??
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no why should i
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only a question trying to help
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i know sorry to answer lik that every1 here is being helpful
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DO NOT CHANGE ANYTHING

start > run
regedit
<ENTER>

navigate to
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\MountedDevices
in the left hand folders.

In the right pane, look for

"\DosDevices\????:"

What do you see?
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what else can i do
i would like my drive back to normal
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should be SEVERAL entries
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what else can i do
i would like my drive back to normal

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2 minutes between posts....patience.

This is an EXTREMELY rare occurance.

After you do as I noted, i need you to

start > run
eventvwr.msc
<enter>

Look under systems and applications for items with red Xs that happened at the SAME this problem began...

btw, are all your programs functioning?
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\DosDevices\A:
\DosDevices\F:
\DosDevices\M:
\DosDevices\N:
\DosDevices\O:

that is what i see
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what ones should i look for with the red xs
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when did this start? (the switch?)

Look under BOTH at the time the errors first appeared.
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im not finding any with the same time
the one that is coming up alot on the system one is

Service Control Manager
the following boot-start or system-start driver(s) failed to load:
AmdK7
Fips
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thxs for every1's help i just want my drive back to normal take your time peeps
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