Yesterday my PC gave me somewhat of a heart attack when it prompted a BSOD while I was fiddling around with a midi device selection. Anyway, when I rebooted the system, startup repair showed up and cheerfully reported the problems could not be solved automatically. Another restart - startup repair yet again. No matter what option I select (Start Windows normally/startup repair), I always end up with startup repair. I tried to follow this post but
DIR on C: results in "File not found". So I ran
CHKDSK C: which does not find any errors but also only lists around 100MB of my 80GB SSD.
Any advice on how to proceed from here would be very much appreciated.
I found that somehow the drive letter of my SSD was changed from C: to F:. When I run
CHKDSK F: I get the expected result (no errors, correct drive size) and I was able to follow the instructions from the post I mentioned earlier. However my system is still booting into startup repair.