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Unfortunately this is all I know (she's not in the same country).
I'm asking this question on behalf of my girlfriend.
She has a desktop PC that had started to run quite slowly and wanted to transfer all her files to an external harddrive and format the partition she was using for her files, and merge it with the main windows partition.
She used a program called AOMEI to do this. Once she completed the format of the drive and merged them she decided to restart her computer. Upon restarting she came to a 'reboot and select proper boot device' screen.
She tried selecting anything else as a boot device but every time it goes back to this screen.
Is her data on the windows partition gone, can anyone shed any light as to what has happened here? Thank you in advance.
Also, we were on Skype as she did it, she restarted and in the usual time it takes to boot it got to that screen. She also said she checked the drive before restarting. They were merged and the drive had some space taken up that had originally been on the windows partition.
Edited by NoFlowerPolicy, 16 July 2016 - 04:58 PM.