Windows 10: Unmountable boot volume
If format goes into la la land it's usually due to bad HDD - check the integrity as axe0 has suggested first.
(BTW the correct chkdsk command is to place the drive letter after the command switches, not before... )
Yep. Sounds like the hard drive is toast.
Well the SeaTools test hasn't moved in the 9 hours since I started it. Just states "Started Long Test 5/14/2016 23:06:37"
Should I take this to mean I need a new hard drive?
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Keep it running, it just takes time.
I would put a new hard drive in it. If you have to spend all this time trying to get the old one to work, I wouldn't trust it even if I did get it to work after a couple days of fiddling with it.
Yeah I think that what I'm going to do.
Thanks for your help, everyone.
I have Windows 8 OEM pre-installled on SSD (hybrid drives: SSD and HDD = 750GB) which comes with the Vaio machine. Few days ago I reset the machine to its factory default setting from 8.1 to 8 (downgrading) due to the corrupted/error files on my HDD...
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I was wondering whether it were possible to open the volume mixer instead of the volume control when left-clicking on the volume icon in the tray. At the moment I have it set to open the old classic menu, but not the volume...
In the Windows 10 DVD, there is a file called boot.wim which has two volume images named "Microsoft Windows PE" and "Microsoft Windows Setup".
What is the volume image that has the boot flag?
In the Windows 10 DVD, there is a file called boot.wim which has two volume images almost equal named "Microsoft Windows PE" and "Microsoft Windows Setup".
I want to know what is their difference?
I have tried to change volume for specific programs in volume mixer multiple time, but everytime i restart my computer, they become 100% again (relatively to master volume)
For example, i want to lower my system volume
After restarting, it...