Windows 10: DISKPART tried to create a Partition, has not worked

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  1.    10 Jun 2018 #101

    ZBook - not sure what you want me to do here:-

    28) V: change the letter V to the drive letter that displays: perflogs, program files, program files (x86), users, windows, etc.)
    29) cd \windows\system32\config
    30) dir
    31) cd..
    32) exit

    The following is probably wrong because of (28) :

    C:\>cd \windows\system32\config

    C:\Windows\System32\config>dir
    Volume in drive C is OS
    Volume Serial Number is 3E52-3D3B

    Directory of C:\Windows\System32\config

    05/23/2018 12:26 PM <DIR> .
    05/23/2018 12:26 PM <DIR> ..
    05/23/2018 12:18 PM 524,288 BBI
    05/23/2018 01:04 PM <DIR> bbimigrate
    06/10/2018 10:29 AM 28,672 BCD-Template
    06/09/2018 09:19 AM 33,554,432 COMPONENTS
    05/23/2018 12:30 PM 524,288 DEFAULT
    06/09/2018 07:13 AM 6,029,312 DRIVERS
    04/11/2018 05:04 PM 8,192 ELAM
    04/11/2018 07:38 PM <DIR> Journal
    05/23/2018 12:05 PM <DIR> RegBack
    05/23/2018 12:30 PM 28,672 SAM
    05/23/2018 12:30 PM 57,344 SECURITY
    06/09/2018 12:08 PM 78,381,056 SOFTWARE
    06/08/2018 04:04 PM 17,301,504 SYSTEM
    04/11/2018 07:38 PM <DIR> systemprofile
    05/23/2018 12:07 PM <DIR> TxR
    05/22/2018 04:43 PM 8,192 userdiff
    11 File(s) 136,445,952 bytes
    7 Dir(s) 321,097,179,136 bytes free

    C:\Windows\System32\config>cd..

    C:\Windows\System32>
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  2.    10 Jun 2018 #102

    The 'Boot X:' has been created Macrium Reflect today (silly me).

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  3.    10 Jun 2018 #103

    To me it looks like you need to run the following commands in the command prompt booted into the same Macrium Reflect USB:

    diskpart
    select disk 0
    select part 1
    delete part override
    create part EFI
    format FS=fat32 quick
    assign letter=T
    exit
    bcdboot C:\Windows /s T: /f ALL
    exit

    Then reboot.

    NOTE: make sure the C: is the actual drive letter containing the Windows files. It looks like it is. If the Windows files are on a different drive letter, change the C:\Windows to match the drive letter where they are.
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  4. Posts : 20,730
    windows 10 professional version 1607 build 14393.969 64 bit
       10 Jun 2018 #104

    The command that NavyLCDR posted: bcdboot c:\windows /s t: /f will create new boot files.
    Once you boot you can backup all files to another drive or to the cloud and make a Macrium backup image.
    Post number #98 displayed Windows 1607 or 14393?
    Then run both of these log collectors: DM and BETA and post zips into this thread:
    BSOD - Posting Instructions - Windows 10 Forums
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  5.    10 Jun 2018 #105

    zbook said: View Post
    The command that NavyLCDR posted: bcdboot c:\windows /s t: /f will create new boot files.
    Once you boot you can backup all files to another drive or to the cloud and make a Macrium backup image.
    Post number #98 displayed Windows 1607 or 14393?
    Then run both of these log collectors: DM and BETA and post zips into this thread:
    BSOD - Posting Instructions - Windows 10 Forums
    Hi ZBook & NavyLCDR

    I'll do it tomorrow. I'll do a back up before I start. In summary we are deleting 'Volume4 SYSTEM FAT32 PARTITION 260MB HEALTHY HIDDEN' and creating new boot files in C: Volume where the windows files are kept.
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  6.    10 Jun 2018 #106

    rebel1 said: View Post
    Hi ZBook & NavyLCDR

    I'll do it tomorrow. I'll do a back up before I start. In summary we are deleting 'Volume4 SYSTEM FAT32 PARTITION 260MB HEALTHY HIDDEN' and creating new boot files in C: Volume where the windows files are kept.
    No, not by my list of commands anyway. You are deleting "Volume 4 SYSTEM FAT32 Partition 260 MB Healthy Hidden", then recreating an EFI system partition in the same empty space and writing boot files to the newly created EFI system partition.
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  7.    10 Jun 2018 #107

    Hi NavyLCDR

    O.K. got it. So the System Fat32 is not needed?

    NavyLCDR said: View Post
    No, not by my list of commands anyway. You are deleting "Volume 4 SYSTEM FAT32 Partition 260 MB Healthy Hidden", then recreating an EFI system partition in the same empty space and writing boot files to the newly created EFI system partition.
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  8. Posts : 20,730
    windows 10 professional version 1607 build 14393.969 64 bit
       10 Jun 2018 #108

    The Macrium repair boot had failed.
    It is unclear which steps it makes or does not make in its repair algorithm.
    If anyone knows the steps that it makes please post.
    Volume 4 or partition 1 is hidden ( Fat32 system).
    It could be assigned a drive letter and is then no longer hidden.
    Once it is no longer hidden commands can be run to repair the drive files on the partition (bcdedit /fixboot, bcdedit /rebuildbcd, etc.)
    If the repairs fail then the EFI partition can be replaced with new drive files.
    Alternatively the repairs can be skipped and the EFI partition can be replaced with new drive files.

    Please comment on the Windows version and build: 1607 or 14393
    What had happened with prior upgrades?
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  9.    10 Jun 2018 #109

    zbook said: View Post
    The Macrium repair boot had failed.
    It is unclear which steps it makes or does not make in its repair algorithm.
    If anyone knows the steps that it makes please post.
    Volume 4 or partition 1 is hidden ( Fat32 system).
    It could be assigned a drive letter and is then no longer hidden.
    Once it is no longer hidden commands can be run to repair the drive files on the partition (bcdedit /fixboot, bcdedit /rebuildbcd, etc.)
    If the repairs fail then the EFI partition can be replaced with new drive files.
    Alternatively the repairs can be skipped and the EFI partition can be replaced with new drive files.

    Please comment on the Windows version and build: 1607 or 14393
    What had happened with prior upgrades?
    Hi ZBook, I honestly don't know regards Windows version and build. I know there was an update in April 2018. I thought that had completed successfully early May. But in late May it again carried out the same update. This caused the 0xc0000017 error. I've posted a screenshot on this thread. I have AVAST security installed. When the laptop wouldn't boot, I called ASUS technical helpdesk; they said it was down to the April 2018 windows update. But then the April 2018 has been a huge issue for many users - so possibly convenient. But at the command prompt; [Version 10.0.14393] comes up.
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