Windows 10: Unmountable boot volume

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  1.    14 May 2016 #11

    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... )
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  2.    14 May 2016 #12

    Yep. Sounds like the hard drive is toast.
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  3.    15 May 2016 #13

    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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       15 May 2016 #14

    Keep it running, it just takes time.
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  5.    15 May 2016 #15

    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.
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  6.    15 May 2016 #16

    Yeah I think that what I'm going to do.

    Thanks for your help, everyone.
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