Hi, I'm done with this problem. I've been over it so many times and nothing ever works.
I'm on Windows 10 64-bit Home
I have 2 drives in my PC. One is 60GB SSD, other one is 500GB HDD.
The SSD has only `C:/` on it, with Windows (System partition).
The HDD has `D:/` and `E:/` on it, which is "GAMES" and "PROGRAMS".
Yesterday I got a BSOD about memory_management and after rebooting I get a "cng.sys is corrupted" error before boot.
Wrong (current) order:
I plugged in my Windows 10 bootable USB and tried "repair pc during boot", but it couldn't fix it.
I tried "sfc /SCANNOW /OFFBOOTDIR=d:\ /OFFWINDIR=d:" and it found no errors.
I entered `diskpart` and changed C: Games to G: Games, D: Windows to C: Windows. Rebooted.
The same error again: "cng.sys corrupted or not found". Okay.
At least it's in correct order now. C: is Windows.
I run repair during boot again, nothing.
I run sfc /SCANNOW, nothing. Verification 100% complete. Windows Resource Protection could not perform the requested operation.
What do I do now? Can I just download or replace that `cng.sys` from somewhere?
/edit: Bootrec /ScanOS: Total identified Windows installations: 0.