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Sr. Programmer Analyst from Salt Lake City Utah.


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comment Check whether a file/folder exists, with DOS command-line (NOT batch script)
Returns: C:\Users was unexpected at this time.
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comment Recovery Mode will not load
I had tried that already, going to IDE gave the BSOD
Mar
17
comment Recovery Mode will not load
It does not matter if I can or cannot back up to the cloud (which I can't), because I cannot access the files I need at all. (So I can't copy them anywhere.)
Mar
17
comment Partition does not have a volume
I get the following result: "There is no volume specified. Please select a volume and try again." The Assign help text says that it is for the selected volume: "Assign - Assign a drive letter or mount point to the selected volume." From the help text, it seems as if Assign does not look at or care about the selected partition.
Mar
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comment Recovery Mode will not load
As I said in my question, I tried the Repair disk. When I boot from it, I get the loading screen, then a blank screen (black with the back lights on). I tried booting with another disk drive, and the first is there but I cannot access it. (See: superuser.com/q/730227/2183 and superuser.com/q/730243/2183). I have not tried pulling the battery because it is a file issue that is failing, not the BIOS.
Mar
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asked Partition does not have a volume
Mar
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comment Running chkdsk on a disk partition without a drive letter
Not sure if things have changed since this answer, but Assign is for volumes not partitions. The Help text says: "Assign a drive letter or mount point to the selected volume". I tried following your steps and it told me "there is no volume specified" But, while my partition shows up, it is not listed as a volume"
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comment Running chkdsk on a disk partition without a drive letter
Not sure if things have changed since this answer, but Assign is for volumes not partitions. The Help text says: "Assign a drive letter or mount point to the selected volume". I tried following your steps and it told me "there is no volume specified" But, while my partition shows up, it is not listed as a volume"
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asked Cannot Assign Drive Letter to Existing SSD Drive
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comment Recovery Mode will not load
@Charlierb No errors. Just stuck on classpnp.sys. My IT support team can "assist" by reinstalling my os. I am hoping for a less destructive fix.