AaronF99 09:30 24 Dec 2016

One of my Hard Drives wasn't being recognised so I went online to fix the issue, I had tried everything (now thinking it was just a broken Hard Drive...). I came across a forum which had many solutions, this was one of them:

Click on start --> run --> type regedt32 and click on OK.

( If you are using windows vista or 7 then click on Start --> In search box, type regedt32 and press Enter)

First backup your registry by going to file --> export.

At the left side navigate to this location


If you see any upperfilter or lowerfilters at the right side delete it.

Before I deleted the UpperFiler and Lowerfilter I made a backup of the registry they were in, it's currently stored on my desktop. After I restated my computer I got the error message. The problem is I'm not an expert user, I'm not exactly sure what to do, I get the advanced options Windows 10 Boot Screen if that can be of use.

Thanks for taking your time to read the post, any help would be extremely appreciated!

  JordanMihailov 09:37 24 Dec 2016

Is this your bootable drive ?

  AaronF99 09:44 24 Dec 2016

Yes it is, I even checked in the BIOS

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 10:34 24 Dec 2016

Remove and refit both hard drives to remake the cable connections

If that doesn't work

I get the advanced options Windows 10 Boot Screen if that can be of use.

Do a start up repair.

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