I have an Acer Ultra Book that is no longer booting to windows. It has some important documents trapped in it which I want to recover. So I booted it into a Windows 10 USB Stick and took it to Command line.
I opened Notepad by typing notepad at the command prompt. After that, I went to File in Notepad and chose open. So I was able to see my files. I could even browse a 500GB WD External Drive I was hoping to recover files to.
The problem is that notepad quits as soon as I try to access the C Drive. I have been able to recover files using this method in Windows 7. It looks like Windows 10 is so secure it senses files are being accessed without having booted into windows.
Is there a way to make this work? A way to be able to copy files via Notepad command in Windows RE in Windows 10?