I was using my laptop in Windows on Macbook Pro this morning and decided I should reboot after a software update (non-Windows).
Assuming all was fine, Windows prompted me with the "Diagnosing your PC..." and then presented me with a failure to repair my PC.
I was confused because I was just in Windows and was doing a simple reboot.
After reading, I found this answer and tried the first option
Run this command on recovery prompt: bcdboot c:\windows
After that, I rebooted and Windows presented me with an error that the file "vmsproxy.sys" wasn't digitally signed.
I went to F8 and disabled signing verification and Windows booted just fine.
After each reboot I'm presented with this error preventing me from booting and I have to disable signing verification.
I'm not sure what this vmsproxy.sys belongs to, some searching suggests my virtual machine switch, but I'm not positive.
I have no clue how to get the proper file back, I've even ran this command with no success to fix this file:
Any ideas how to fix this?
I could disable and re-enable Hyper-V and maybe it'll reinstall, but I haven't gone that far.