(EDIT: sorry for the TYPO in the Topic Name - its meant to say 'Partition')
i have messed up using Disk Management in Windows 10.
- I was deleting partitions on an external Hard Drive and then reformatted it. Then managed to set it as 'Active'. So I deleted it and reformatted it again.
- Then I set the largest partition on the C drive as 'Active'. I thought this was where Windows was and needs to be marked as such for the computer to boot.
- There were two other small partitions on the C drive. One was marked as recovery i think and I am not sure about the other.
Anyhow I have really messed something up as now I a message saying that the computer won't Boot:
INFO: The Boot configuration Data of your PC is missing or contains errors
Is there a way I can fix the labeling of the Partitions and get things back to normal?
Edited by j_bins, 30 March 2017 - 05:02 AM.