How could it get far enough to show the Windows logo if it was not the correct C: drive? Well apparently it can, it just uses the C: drive as a 😛 drive
We just did 'last known good configuration' and it let us in, but it still rebooted as D:\ afterwards.
Presumably this re-assigned the C: drive???
So we had to log in under 'directory restore mode' and use regedit.exe to make some changes:
We then got a BSOD with 'driver unloaded without cancelling pending operation
We then just reset the system - cold reset - and the system started up as expected in normal mode with the correct system drive letter = yay!!! 🖐
Boot was slow at first boot - 20 minutes or so 😣 - but then the system started to behave. =d>
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a year ago
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