|I did as you requested, Fingers,|
Looking at the Boot file below, Windows-E and Windows-F are two different remote hard drives that I have mostly filled up with wildlife photographs, and in my naivety, I have copied and pasted just the Windows file from my main C drive to the remote hard drives thinking that if I came up against any problems that they may be useful.
One thing that has just come back to me, I also last year did the same and along side of it I also put the emergency boot up file and installed it on a dongle to fit into the USB, even more, sillier when the computer first refused to boot up I started the computer from the dongle, and after windows started, a pop-up came on screen asking if I wanted a windows repair and I clicked "YES" it went on working for about 2 hours and rebooted several times, but in the end it said, unable to repair the computer and nothing has been changed, so I am wondering if this is anything to do with these other things showing up?
Sorry, I forgot to add the link to the screenshot of the Disk Manager.
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