Ok lets try:
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It scanned for Windows Installations, identified 1 on D:
Now it's displaying:
"Add installation to boot list? Yes(Y)/No(N)/All(A): "
this is a bit of a mess. hmm.
bootrec /rebuildbcd > followed by Y
bootrec/fixmbr was successful.
bootrec/rebuildbcd had the same result as last time.
bootrec/scanos was successful and found an installation on D:\ .
And if you reboot, what happens now?
Might be worth trying automatic repair again now to see if it will pick up the OS
Tried system repair, still not booting. OS is still not listed in the recovery options.
We can try to check for corrupt system files and replace them.
From the command prompt again, type: sfc /scannow
If any incorrect files are detected, it will replace them.
Tried sfc/scannow, It scanned for a second then displayed this message:
"There is a system repair pending which requires reboot to complete.
Restart Windows and run safe again."
I've restarted and typed in sfc/scannow 3 times now, ran system repair as well but it still displays the same message.
Try it this way: (assuming D: drive in recovery of course)
SFC /SCANNOW /OFFBOOTDIR=D:\ /OFFWINDIR=D:\Windows\
There is an alternative method if this doesn't work of deleting the pending file which should allow sfc to continue
the command would be del d:\windows\winsxs\pending.xml
The scan completed, displaying this message :'Windows Resource Protection did not find any integrity violations.'.
Hi. Just need to check a couple of things.
You seem to have a 120GB SSD and a 1TB hard drive
Is windows installed on the SSD and was it previously installed on the 1TB?
Windows is currently installed on the SSD, it was installed on the HDD at one point but the HDD was reformatted afterwards.
Ok, I think it has got confused as to which drive it is working on.
This will take a few steps.
From command prompt, type diskpart and press enter
then type list disk and press enter
Please post a picture of what you see.
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