My Win 10 system drive, which contains all my program file installations as well as the OS, has been turned into a RAW partition due to misuse of DiskPart. Easus Data Recovery has found close to 1 million files, and I've recovered them to another disk, where they are all in a big jumble in the Results File folder. Using DIR I can see what's in there flash past. Using TREE I can tell there's a structure that looks right.
What do I do now? I have no Windows interface but could try to use a portable boot disk. Right now I've just got the command prompt.
Do I reformat the partition as NTFS then copy the contents of the Results File back to it? If I do I lose the data that's there, and have to rely on my use of Easus to be correct and sufficient....
Please advise. I started by trying to debug and fix a wireless adapter that kept cutting out, and now my machine is unusable. Obviously I'm not going about things the right way. I do need the computer to get some freelance work done that's on a deadline (of course).