About a week ago, I obtained a notification on Windows that I should restart to fix drive errors. I assumed this would just run chkdsk. However when I restarted, I was greeted by the message "Automatic Repair" and "Diagnosing Your PC." Unfortunately, I was then given the message that the Automatic Repair failed. This message has remained constant for each and every reboot and I'm always lead to the same menu for Repair. So far, I have tried
- Running chkdsk /f /r on both my C: and D: drives
- Restarting (about 12 times now)
- Choosing Startup Repair under Advanced options (Has failed for every one of my 4 tries)
I really do not want to choose the option to Reset the PC. I would choose the Refresh option but that doesn't appear anywhere under Troubleshoot.
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After doing some tinkering, I was able to boot into the legacy boot menu where I found the problem was the fltmgr.sys driver. However I have no idea how to fix this particular file given that startup repair doesn't work, the chkdisk command always tells me there are no problems, and the sfc /scannnow command never works after verification.
This is both during a "Repair Your Computer" sequence from a bootable iso and the regular automatic repair sequence.