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  1. Jimmy Gaudette
    May 19, 2023 @ 4:45 pm

    Before doing a reset or in-place upgrade there is one more thing to try.

    My boot drive was a nvme m.2 that was on a PCI card. The drive volume order was altered and it was no longer my C: drive. Windows could not find what it needed and none of the options would work for me.

    In advanced repair options I selected command prompt. This brought me to an x: drive. I went to my c: drive and I saw it was not my usual c: drive.

    To fix I used the command diskpart.
    once in diskpart I used 'list volume' to identify where my usual c: drive was and what was currently assigned to my c: drive.

    I selected the volume assigned to c with "select volume 'x'" the x being the drive listed from step one. Then I reassigned it to its proper place with "assign letter U" (u is where it should be on my system"

    Then I did a "select volume 'x'" where x is the volume that should be my c: drive.
    Then "assign letter C" and finally "exit"

    I typed c: and it took me to the correct drive. I exited out of the command shell and I rebooted.

    It took about 10 minutes to startup but it finally did bring me to a login window and i didnt have weeks of rebuilding.


  2. Abdallah Ahmed
    July 26, 2022 @ 7:55 am

    All What I Wanna Say, Thanks For The Responsible to save my files, i was about to lose my school files, thanksssss❤️❤️❤️❤️


  3. Komolafe Tobi
    June 21, 2022 @ 6:56 pm

    This is not at all helpful, my screen is not displaying anything but the cursor on a black screen, I cannot see anything when I use any of the task manager solutions listed above.
    The screen is unresponsive to any keyboard input


  4. ententen
    May 22, 2022 @ 1:35 am

    I have the same issue. After logging-in, it turns black & curser only.
    I tried many ways to launch Task manager but all of them doesn’t work
    1. ALT + CTRL + Del
    2. Up down arrow couple times, enter
    3. Shift + B


    • lakonst
      May 24, 2022 @ 11:26 am

      Have you tried all solutions mentioned on the article?


  5. Atanu das
    April 4, 2022 @ 5:46 am

    Thank U very much from the core of my heart solution 3 worked like a charm for me I had tried a lot of tricks before but this was my solution….


  6. Albert
    February 6, 2022 @ 4:07 am

    Thank You! the CTRL ALT Delete and Task Manager worked for me


  7. Terry
    June 30, 2020 @ 10:10 pm

    Solution 1 worked for me. Thank you very much.


  8. Peter Rigg
    October 6, 2019 @ 3:38 pm

    Solution 4 worked after deleting ASUS HID Access Service. Very time consuming but worth it in the end, Many Thanks.


  9. Rizki
    September 25, 2019 @ 7:39 am

    Solution 3 worked.. thanks


  10. Gal
    September 1, 2019 @ 8:48 pm

    OMG you saved me. Besides gaming Im also working in my pc and you are my hero. Thanks alot solution 2 worked for me


  11. Matt
    July 28, 2019 @ 3:54 am

    Solution 3 fixed it 100%. I've tried everything. Thanks.


  12. Sergio
    March 13, 2019 @ 1:12 am

    Really useful, thanks. Added to bookmarks.


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