DISKPART tried to create a Partition, has not worked

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  1.    07 Jun 2018 #71

    Does this look o.k.? no 3, is the worry, not sure what it is -

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    If it is o.k., then I just need to click the 'Write' tab.
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  2.    07 Jun 2018 #72

    Need to put the hard disk into the laptop and see if it boots up. Will report back.
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  3. jumanji's Avatar
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       07 Jun 2018 #73

    Just now saw your post # 71. Judging by what Partition Wizard showed in your posts#26 & 27 it appears to be correct. It is the same. In any case we cannot change anything and have to take what it shows. Right or wrong, that wouldn't in any case have any relevance to the bootabality issue.

    So let us see whether the drive is bootable.
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  4. Bree's Avatar
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       07 Jun 2018 #74

    jumanji said: View Post
    ...So let us see whether the drive is bootable.
    If not, it may be possible to make it bootable. @NavyLCDR would know...

    NavyLCDR said:
    Kyhi's bootable recovery tools has multiple partition programs that will let you do that, and it also has Macrium Reflect Free which is very good at repairing Windows booting problems.
    Windows 10 Recovery Tools - Bootable Rescue Disk - Windows 10 Forums
    Will not boot except through recovery - every time
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  5.    07 Jun 2018 #75

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    Hi Guys, it boots into this screen; if any options are selected
    It just stays on the same screen.
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  6. Bree's Avatar
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       07 Jun 2018 #76

    rebel1 said: View Post
    Hi Guys, it boots into this screen; if any options are selected
    It just stays on the same screen.
    That's a good sign, it should be repairable. I'd try @NavyLCDR's suggestion I quoted earlier...
    Kyhi's bootable recovery tools has multiple partition programs that will let you do that, and it also has Macrium Reflect Free which is very good at repairing Windows booting problems.
    Windows 10 Recovery Tools - Bootable Rescue Disk - Windows 10 Forums
    Download the ISO for version to suit the system to be repaired (x64 probably). Prepare a USB flash drive using Diskpart....

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    ...mount the ISO and copy all files and folders from the ISO to the USB. This will now be a bootable Kyhi rescue disk. Boot from it and run the Macrium Reflect PE that you'll find on the desktop, here you will find the boot repair option.

    PS: The ACTIVE diskpart command is not necessary for booting on a UEFI system like the one you're working on, it's only needed for booting a legacy BIOS system.
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  7.    08 Jun 2018 #77

    Hi Bree

    I'm not sure if the Kyhi Rescue Disk will help; until I clear/get rid of the following error. The same error appears at the Command Prompt and on Boot Up (on occasions). This is the error that came up prior to nephew/Diskpart issues.

    At Boot Up it produces the following error code:

    0xc000017 Windows 10

    at Command Prompt it states:

    'no ramdisk memory' (summary of error message)

    This is the fix:

    Boot your computer into Windows.
    Right click the Start button and select Command Prompt (Admin).
    Type bcdedit /enum all and press Enter.
    You'll see a list of all the memory locations that have been deemed 'bad', this list can be cleared.
    Type bcdedit /deletevalue {badmemory} badmemorylist and press Enter (type this verbatim, {badmemory} is not a placeholder for anything).

    It doesn't work, it throws up another error message: 'An error occurred while attempting to delete the specified data element. Element not found'.

    Here's a long article on it, I need to go through it and try a few things: - Windows 10: Update error 0xc0000017 (no ramdisk memory) | Borns Tech and Windows World
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       08 Jun 2018 #78

    @rebel1, when you type bcdedit /enum all what do you see in this section of the results?

    Code:
    RAM Defects
    -----------
    identifier              {badmemory}
    Do you even have that {badmemory} section identifier? If not, that would explain why you cannot find a value in it to delete and possibly why you get an error at boot.

    If it's missing then create it.
    bcdedit /create {badmemory}

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  9.    08 Jun 2018 #79

    Bree said: View Post
    @rebel1, when you type bcdedit /enum all what do you see in this section of the results?

    Code:
    RAM Defects
    -----------
    identifier              {badmemory}
    Do you even have that {badmemory} section identifier? If not, that would explain why you cannot find a value in it to delete and possibly why you get an error at boot.

    If it's missing then create it.
    bcdedit /create {badmemory}

    Hi Bree

    When you type 'bcdedit /enum all', you get 25 headers; The 17th header is :

    RAM Defects
    -----------
    identifier {badmemory}
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  10. Bree's Avatar
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       08 Jun 2018 #80

    rebel1 said: View Post
    When you type 'bcdedit /enum all', you get 25 headers; The 17th header is :

    RAM Defects
    -----------
    identifier {badmemory}
    With nothing listed beneath it? If so, maybe the {badmemory} entry is corrupted somehow and that's why you cannot delete its badmemorylist item.

    You could try deleting it then creating it again to clear it.

    bcdedit /delete {badmemory} /f
    bcdedit /create {badmemory}

    rebel1 said:
    ...Type bcdedit /deletevalue {badmemory} badmemorylist ...
    ...It doesn't work, it throws up another error message: 'An error occurred while attempting to delete the specified data element. Element not found'.
    Or maybe it isn't corrupt and the {badmemory} isn't your problem. I get that on a good machine if there are no items in the badmemorylist.
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