I swear Microsoft is a terrorist organization.
After trying for months to upgrade from 7 to 10, I finally got it to work today.
Only it wouldn't shut down, just restart. So, I got the first Win 10 update, and what happens, it won't reboot, either.
After screwing around with it for hours, I just decided to grit my teeth (been doing a lot of that today) and reinstall Win 7. (I had the brains to keep the dvds.)
Well, now I can at least see something on the screen, but it makes no sense.
The system consists of an MSI motherboard and gpu, and I5 processor, 16 gigs of ram, an ssd for the system, three sata hard drives for data and backup. Plus some USB drives to back them up.
Some how, this must have happened when win 10 installed, the system changed the c drive to one of my satas. Now, I can't even see the ssd on explorer (it's there on device manager), win 7 has been installed on one of my satas, and I can't even find the usb drives.
(Please, someone tell me it's just a bad dream.)
I can always reinstall the operating system on the c drive, but first I have to get it to recognize it.
Could someone please advise?