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Windows10 SrtTrail.txt issue - damaged bootres.dll file

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  • Level 4  
    Hello all,
    I have a big problem with the computer. I had a problem with switching graphics from integra to dedicated. I bet on restoring the sucker from a point from two weeks ago when everything was happening. Restore over and after windows logo black screen. I disconnected power and "repairing the system"
    the result is a mistake from the title. I have this file on the pendrive and I just wanted to replace it, but I can not do it. I also tried the method from MD backup (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3za5fsfYftQ) but I have a problem 0 bytes with backup.
    Generally, what I mean, it's not a problem for me to make a format and start from scratch, but I have installed modified drivers for GTX 970M and I'm afraid to keep going that way by not losing it.
    Please help.

    PS.
    I have a repair disc done on the pen, but it probably means the format just?

    greetings Windows10 SrtTrail.txt issue - damaged bootres.dll file Windows10 SrtTrail.txt issue - damaged bootres.dll file
  • VIP. A meritorious for the electrode
    C: \ EFI \ Microsoft \ boot \ resources \ custom \ bootres.dll

    As already program Automatic repair click on the [Advanced Options] button, go to the Command Line and:
    tree / a / f C: \ EFI \ MICROSOFT \ boot \ resources
    bcdboot D: \ Windows / l en-GB

    (I'm shooting that the \ Windows folder you have on D: - check at the beginning of the SrtTrail.txt file and correct if necessary; it's not about X: \ Windows because it's the WinRE folder)

    Take a picture of the windows after commands and sweep; check if something did it after reboot.
  • Level 4  
    Windows10 SrtTrail.txt issue - damaged bootres.dll file Windows10 SrtTrail.txt issue - damaged bootres.dll file Windows10 SrtTrail.txt issue - damaged bootres.dll file

    Added after 9 [minutes]:




    Ps Windows folder I have on C:
  • Level 4  
    Windows10 SrtTrail.txt issue - damaged bootres.dll file Windows10 SrtTrail.txt issue - damaged bootres.dll file

    The second one after reboot
  • VIP. A meritorious for the electrode
    Throw in the list of volumes with DISKPART.
  • VIP. A meritorious for the electrode
    OK, I understand, in SrtTrail.txt part. ESP has the letter C: (you can not see what letter it has at that time with the \ Windows folder) and after trying to repair the volume. ESP has the letter removed and C: goes to vol. from \ Windows ...

    Disk WinRE probably does not work anymore so boot from the installation medium preferably W10 (well, after it works)

    Give ESP (small part 100 MiB) the letter S:
    mountvol S: / s

    and then post the result after:
    tree / a / f S: \ EFI \ MICROSOFT \ boot \ resources

    and another after:
    bcdedit / store: S: \ EFI \ Microsoft \ Boot \ BCD / enum
  • Level 4  
    Windows10 SrtTrail.txt issue - damaged bootres.dll file Windows10 SrtTrail.txt issue - damaged bootres.dll file Windows10 SrtTrail.txt issue - damaged bootres.dll file

    Added after 18 [hours] 40 [minutes]:

    Maybe I misunderstood, I was supposed to give the ESP the letter S, that is:
    diskpart
    list disk
    select disk 0
    list partition
    select partition 2 (system - 100MB)
    assign letter = S
    exit

    and then mountvol S: / s?
  • VIP. A meritorious for the electrode
    In DISKPART, you can give the letter ESP or using mountvol

    IMO in these pictures looks OK.

    Check your SMART drive with some Live OS or drop it on the W10 installation CD-ROM unpacked by CrystalDiskInfo https://crystalmark.info/redirect.php?product=CrystalDiskInfo
    After running WinRE, run DiskInfo64.exe for example if the pendrive is under F: and unpacked CrystalDiskInfo to \ CDI is:
    F: \ CDI \ DiskInfo64.exe

    Like SMART OK, take CheckDisk and see what it says
    chkdsk / f C:

    mountvol S: / s
    attrib -s -h S: \ EFI \ Microsoft \ Boot \ BCD
    del S: \ EFI \ Microsoft \ Boot \ BCD
    bcdboot C: \ Windows / l pl-PL / v
    sfc / scannow / offbootdir = S: \ / offwindir = C: \ Windows
  • Level 4  
    I would add that I tried to do something with a repairing pen, but nothing worked

    Added after 1 [minutes]:

    and if I have access to the Linux file manager (I have an os element), can I simply replace this bootres.dll file?

    Added after 41 [minutes]:

    Windows10 SrtTrail.txt issue - damaged bootres.dll file Windows10 SrtTrail.txt issue - damaged bootres.dll file Windows10 SrtTrail.txt issue - damaged bootres.dll file


    CrystalDisk rating goes to Good

    Did you hear about the Lazesoft recovery program? It is worth a try ?
  • Level 3  
    Hello, I am asking you for help in a similar case, also in the file bootres.dll I have info "file is damaged", multiple attempts to repair do not give anything. It happened after a sudden power cut. I can not afford the format, too many files and programs. Even though I have this separate drive for recovery, nothing helps. In SrtTrail shows the error code 0x2.
  • Level 4  
    I'm talking about a laptop here?