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All same, did the diagnostics. I think windows on my flash drive should work. No access to any other computer


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All same, did the diagnostics. I think windows on my flash drive should work. No access to any other computer

 

Very strange! It probably work but if is not the latest version sooner or latter it will auto upgrade and that process takes some time...

 

In your case I would do the installation and when the install completes run a chkdsk /r to see if it works now or not.


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Well, this is over. I reinstalled windows, everything is working fine.

Thank you, SleepyDude, for holding my hand during this difficult time :)

Edited by Kittystillbites, 29 March 2019 - 03:35 AM.

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Good. So now the chkdsk passes?

 

You are welcome.


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I think it does. Did not allow to run chkdsk /r while logged on, but scanned and repaired drive c after the restart. I ran "chkdsk" alone and it went really quickly with no errors. I think it's fine for now.
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I forgot about that sorry

 

You need to run chkdsk /r /x it will ask if you want to do the check on next boot select Yes and Restart the computer


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It scans quickly until 12%, then shows rotating circles for 5 minutes, jumps to 100%, restarts and says "scan completed(100%)" or something like that. Starts normally.
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Ok, good.

 

Maybe it was some problem with the partition table!

 

I also notice that the output of list volume on the Info column there wasn't no System and Boot labels, usually there is!
 


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It could have been a virus or an unsuccessful windows update. Now everything works so smoothly I even forgot it's possible Many thanks for your effort, it really means a lot :)
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:thumbsup:


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