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batpark

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I am getting this pop-up notice frequently on my W10 Dell desktop.

 

Is there a way to freeze the notices so I can actually read the whole message? Right now, they disappear after just  a few seconds?

 

Likely, I'll be back for substantive help later. But for now, I just want to read the whole MS message (or is it from Dell ?)

 

Thank you. .... batpark


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This is a known error caused by the latest update. It adds a drive letter to the WinRE partition. To fix perform the following:

 
Type command to start searching the menu
Right click on Command Prompt from menu
Select to Run As Administrator
Once in Command Prompt Windows then type of copy and paste each of the commands followed by Enter. 
 
Note: (The 'Volume and Disk Letter may be different on your system so make sure to select the correct ones. If any questions provide a screen shot after list volume)
 
diskpart 
list volume 
select volume 1 
remove letter=G

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