So i have recently been having problems with windows 10. Whenever i try opening any windows tools such as "Task Manager", "Command Prompt", "Regedit", "Services" it never opens and instead it comes up with an error "The specified path does not exist". I provided the two screenshots of the error below.
I also can't open any installers that i download to my C drive unless it a .rar file and is inside winrar. Whenever i open the installer, the file explorer freezes and then again gives an error saying "The specified path does not exist". Screenshot provided below.
When i boot windows in safe mode, all the windows tools work and i can open "Task Manager", "Command Prompt", "Regedit", "Services", etc. with no problem. I assumed that this was a windows problem so I attempted to do a system restore but after going through all the phases of the restore, it reverted the changes and i was back where i started. I now question whether i should install windows on my second ssd and make that the bootable ssd. The problem with that is that i don't have a windows 10 product key because i bought this pc from someone else about a year ago so idk how that would be able to work.
OS: Windows 10 Pro
CASE: Corsair Obsidian Series 750D Airflow Edition
PSU: Seasonix 850w Platinum Rated
COOLING: x6 Thermaltake Les White Blue Fan Ring
CPU: Intel Core i5-4670K 3.4GHz
MOTHERBOARD: MSI Gaming Pro Z87-GD65
GPU: Titan X Pascal 12gb
SSD1: 256gb OCZ Vertex3
SSD2: 1TB OCZ 350 Revodrive 2.0
RAM: 32gb Vengeance Pro Red Ram 2400hz