Laptop will not boot up. I need help really bad.

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  1. Posts : 43,193
    Win 10 Pro (22H2) (2nd PC is 22H2)
       #51

    Perhaps a better way to deal the partitions on Disk 0 (as shown by Disk Management) is to delete all partitions other than your data partition ( D: ).

    It shouldn't have programs installed on it, unless you have specifically specified an install path as D:\.................. - in which case, as your Windows is on the other drive, all start menu entries, registry keys and most likely other folders which are part of that program will be on C:

    That would be unwise from a maintenance viewpoint, and would mean D: isn't exclusively a data partition.

    So, I still suggest removing Disk 0 ('D:') temporarily and checking the laptop boots and the programs you have doubts about as to whether they were installed (in part) on Disk 0 to see where you are, as the first step.
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  2. Posts : 132
    Windows 10 Pro 64 Bit Version 1909 Build 18363.720
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       #52

    Good morning everyone!

    Ran the chkdsk /b /v C: last night and all I got was that it was complete and did not mention any errors. On the subject of RAID drives, take a look at the boot up screen capture I managed to get. The resolution is awful but notice that it indicates that the drives in my laptop are Non-RAID Disks. Or I could be reading it wrong. You decide.

    Laptop will not boot up. I need help really bad.-dell-boot-up-screen.jpg
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  3. Posts : 43,193
    Win 10 Pro (22H2) (2nd PC is 22H2)
       #53

    I don't think you have anything like a RAID configuration... why Minitool PW showed that I've no idea.

    Anyway, have a go when ready at cleaning up the disk with D: on it.
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