My computer had a few freezes last week and I had to simply turn it off, which may have scrambled its brains. It only boots into System Recovery, which doesn't work.
I've tried all the various options, including changing drive letter designations from the command prompt, but nothing helps.
There were two Recovery volumes, one on C:. I deleted that volume thru DiskPart, and then the oS moved to D:
I can boot from the Windows setup disk, but it only offers a reinstall - not a repair. I don't really want to do a reinstall because the computer is now 5 years old.
I just ordered a new one, but would like to be able to use this one until the other arrives.
I've backed up my data (before the problem developed).
How can I change the OS drive back to C:? OR How can I boot to what is now the OS drive, which oddly is D:?