My MSconfig boot tab is empty, and I can't fix it  

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    steve108 said:
    Okay, so tell me more details. What exactly was this partition and why did you delete it?
    It was my main partition where windows was installed. I copied that parition into a partition in my ssd, so i could launch windows via my ssd and use certain applications on my ssd. After copying it i decided to delete its contents, which in retrospect wasnt a good decision.
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       #22

    If you don't already have a way to make full backups, please install MR, make a MR Bootable Rescue USB, and make a full backup image of your boot drive:
    Backup and Restore with Macrium Reflect
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    agiyx said:
    It was my main partition where windows was installed. I copied that parition into a partition in my ssd, so i could launch windows via my ssd and use certain applications on my ssd. After copying it i decided to delete its contents, which in retrospect wasnt a good decision.
    Well, that's okay now - stuff happens, so let's try to fix the situation
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    I will give you a few minutes to catch up to my last post and feel free to ask questions please
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    If you need help with MR, there are good tutorials on YouTube you can watch.
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    I think you want to do this after making a backup - create an EFI partition on your disk with C: drive :
    Moving / recreating EFI partition
    followed and confirm by OP of that thread
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       #27

    steve108 said:
    I think you want to do this after making a backup - create an EFI partition on your disk with C: drive :
    Moving / recreating EFI partition
    followed and confirm by OP of that thread
    Creating a backup currently. After that i will try your suggested solution.
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       #28

    agiyx said:
    Creating a backup currently. After that i will try your suggested solution.
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       #29

    After making the backup, before making any changes, please run "bcdedit" from a command prompt and post the text output here within php tags. Thanks.
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       #30

    steve108 said:
    After making the backup, before making any changes, please run "bcdedit" from a command prompt and post the text output here within php tags. Thanks.
    PHP Code:
    C:\windows\system32>bcdedit
    The boot configuration data store could not be opened
    .
    The requested system device cannot be found
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