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Computer Help / Re: Can't get into Safemode even with Shane's Program
« Last post by madhouserevival on December 02, 2019, 12:06:34 AM »
That is a good idea. My doc royally screw up my simbalta prescription and I've been off my meds over a week and have been going throught some really horrible withdrawals. Hence why I haven't checked in.
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Tweaking.com Programs & Site Help & Support / Re: Files on desktop have been deleted
« Last post by Boggin on December 01, 2019, 04:55:29 AM »
Okay - Occasionally not being able to boot up after running the repair program occurs and the only solution usually is a clean install.

I'll pass this onto Shane with a link to your thread.
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well, i did a chkdsk /f /r c: , nothing out of the ordinary, same for the sfc/scannow

I've run startup repair multiple times, it stated that there was an error and it could not repair.

Anyway, since the user needs his computer, i've decided to stop wasting more time and reinstalled windows, we'll see wether or not the problem happens again.

Thanks for your help

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Tweaking.com Programs & Site Help & Support / Re: Files on desktop have been deleted
« Last post by Boggin on December 01, 2019, 04:36:05 AM »
The Windows Repair program while saying it has created a restore point - it has been found that it doesn't physically create one.

I've passed this onto Shane but haven't had any feedback on it yet.

What did Startup Repair report ?

It's advocated that is run up to 3 times.

I thought you had already tried a chkdsk ?

At the cmd prompt using your partition letter instead of the x I have exampled, enter chkdsk x: /r

As you are in the Recovery Environment, there will be no need for a reboot to dismount the volume and you'll see the full report on the screen.

However, if there is anything wrong with the SSD then it's unlikely the sfc /scannow would complete.
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Hello,

For EaseUs, by removing the nvme and plugging it through an adapter to another working computer.
it give me some stuff, but not what i want (was able to find a few examples files that were on the "Desktop" or whatever symlink it was through the Recent items list) and if i try to bulk backup everything it stops after a few mb of data and ask me to pay.

I've tried the repair and the bcdedit it detect the drive correctly and the os too.
Will try the sfc /scannow with those options.

However, i'm starting to wonder if the ssd is in good condition.
Lost for lost (don't really care, as the important data are backuped through dropbox and i double backuped everything after the fail of the repairs, should i've done that before i know), i've tried to use the hp restore features and it fails. Also i've tried to use the "restore point" or whatever it is called in english and it does not find a backup, even if i did make it for sure through Windows Repair AIO.
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Tweaking.com Programs & Site Help & Support / Re: Files on desktop have been deleted
« Last post by Boggin on December 01, 2019, 04:02:12 AM »
So how were you going to give EaseUS a go ?

I assume you have tried Startup Repair from the Recovery Environment ?

At the cmd prompt enter bcdedit |find "osdevice"

For clarity that is a Pipe symbol before find and is the uppercase of \

Then using your partition letter instead of the X I have exampled, enter this cmd -

sfc /scannow /offbootdir=X:\ /offwindir=X:\Windows
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Hello, if i am not mistaken, you assume the computer/windows is starting which is not the case...

I've tried running the .cmd from the reg folder at the root of C:\ via cmd line from restoration console, but without success.
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Tweaking.com Programs & Site Help & Support / Re: Files on desktop have been deleted
« Last post by Boggin on December 01, 2019, 02:49:33 AM »
Have you tried the program's Registry Restore utility yet ?
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i do think there is something indeed related, probably the icon repair as the directory are now dated from the date of the run.
No problem with documents/images though.

Will give Easeus a try, already tried Recuva but without any interesting results.

Considering the explorer.exe issue, i'll just reinstall the whole system.
Quicker to do that.
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Tweaking.com Programs & Site Help & Support / Re: Files on desktop have been deleted
« Last post by Boggin on December 01, 2019, 02:18:20 AM »
A search on that error hasn't found anything worthwhile but the missing desktop files could be related to the explorer.exe problem or the Icon repair in the program.

The program's Registry Restore may resolve that but this article looks useful to help - https://www.easeus.com/file-recovery/how-to-restore-missing-desktop-icons-and-files-in-windows-10.html

I think EaseUS is a free program.

You could also right click on the taskbar and select Task Manager then under Processes scroll down to Windows Explorer - click on it then on Restart and see if there is any improvement on your explorer.exe error message.
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