I recently tried to upgrade my Asus laptop to windows 10. At some point during the process, my computer restarted (I wasn't watching) and now it shows the error:
I've looked around online and tried many different cmd things and nothing has worked.
I had windows 7 on C:\ and my data on D:\
When I use cmd on my windows 10 boot usb, my C:\ is shown (and I copied my important files to my external), but my D:\ is not.
bootrec /rebuildbcd return 0 windows found
bootrec /fixmbr and
/fixboot both return:
the system cannot find the path specified
I would really like to at least get to my files on
D:\ and back them up on my external drive before formatting and reinstalling windows, but restoring my current setup would be best.
All help would be most appreciated. Thanks.
Current Read-only State:No
Hibernation File Disk:No
Volume 1------C-----OS----NTFS---Partition--465 GB---Healthy---
Disk 0----Online---465 GB---0 B---
No Default Drive Letter:No
Volume Capacity: 90 GB
Volume Free Space: 8 GB
I find it weird that detail vol reports C: has having capacity of 90 GB and free space of 8 GB (which is what I expect it to be) while detail disk says it has 465 GB and 0 B free (implying that the other partition D: is still there but isn't seen by diskpart somehow)
I've ran a BootMed bootable USB and ran TestDisk and it could not find either of my partitions.