Anyway to fix Windows 11 repair loop on another internal Windows Driv?

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  1. Posts : 39
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    Anyway to fix Windows 11 repair loop on another internal Windows Driv?


    Hi,

    I tried all the command promps in the CMD but nothing worked. Also not able to do a restore point even though I created many on the windows 11 drive. I have 2 internal SSDs, windows 11 and windows 10. I can still boot my Windows 10 and see my Windows 11 drive, is there anything I can do manually through the files?

    I don't know why this error is happening, I haven't logged into the windows 11 drive for days.

    specs: windows 11
    cpu: 3930k
    mobo: GA UD5 X70
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  2. Posts : 4,691
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    Also not able to do a restore point even though I created many on the windows 11 drive.
    why not, any messages?

    does shadowcopyview show them ?
    ShadowCopyView - Shadow copy viewer for Windows 10/8/7/Vista

    Did the disks boot independently or are you using the esp partition one one disk to boot both os?

    please post a screenshot of diskmgmt window.
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  3. Posts : 39
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #3

    Pretty sure they are separate. "Music nvme (E:)" is the drive that's not working, I'm currently logged on to "Music (C:)" windows 10. All the other disk's are just internal storage with no OS

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    SIW2 said:
    why not, any messages?

    does shadowcopyview show them ?
    ShadowCopyView - Shadow copy viewer for Windows 10/8/7/Vista
    It just says there are no restore points created when I go to that screen, but I swear I made several in the OS, maybe I did it in the wrong section
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    when I go to that screen
    what screen ?
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  5. Posts : 39
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
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    SIW2 said:
    what screen ?
    Advanced settings during the repair loop, I select reset windows to earlier date but it says there are no restore points. But when I was logged into windows 11 on that drive, I used restores points a few time that I would make after certain updates incase it messed up the OS
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    run shadowcopy view and see if it shows them.
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  7. Posts : 39
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
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    SIW2 said:
    run shadowcopy view and see if it shows them.
    where in shadow do I check for older versions backups?

    there's no way to fix this issue by accessing the hard dirve through my other drive?
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    run it and it lists them. If there are any.

    like this

    Anyway to fix Windows 11 repair loop on another internal Windows Driv?-shadowcopyviiew.jpg
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    Hello @dracarys,

    This is a FREE Portable > ShadowCopyView - NirSoft

    ShadowCopyView does NOT require ANY installation process or additional DLL files.

    Simply run the executable file > ShadowCopyView.exe.

    I hope this helps.
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  10. Posts : 18,452
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       #10

    I think to start with maybe we should know exactly what error you are getting and how far into the boot sequence does it go before there is an error.

    One very simple test to do, that is completely reversible, is to add the second Windows installation to your boot manager that is working. Open a command prompt with admin privileges and run:
    Code:
    bcdboot E:\Windows /d /addlast
    Then reboot the computer and you will have a dual boot menu screen, see if you can boot into the second Windows installation that way.
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