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i think i just dont get the idea of how boot works, though i have years of experience with computers.
I have an SSD drive (connected via NVMe) work fine up until:
- i connected another SSD drive (via SATA), then it booted into other windows OP on the sata drive.
- i disconnected the sata drive, expected to go back to the windows installed on the NVMe drive, and got the attached message
btw, recovery tools doesn't fix it.
I just don't have control over the ability to choose which drive it will boot from.
More over, now i can't even recover my main (NVMe) drive.
We haven't been getting out much either, except for walking, both of us having reached our 70th year, and myself with asthma and hypertension.
Mrs B had a TIA in February, so she is now on similar meds to me as well.
She is OK and got the green light to drive again in March, but then the lockdown arrived and she hasn't driven since.
However she is going to drive to get her hair done on Monday ☺️.
Neither of us has been in a shop for about 3 months.
Gardening and tinkering with my garage stock of old PCs to get them running Win 10 has kept me occupied.
Mr Sainsbury home delivering has kept us going, plus our lovely next-door neighbour collecting our prescriptions for us.
Very sorry to hear you are having health issues Irene, make sure you take care of yourself !!.
All hunky dory here, I put Mum under lockdown a good week before Boris got his act together. Although she's not on any official high risk register I decided that at 91 and having had a mini stroke a couple of years ago I wasn't taking any chances. We're slowly easing off and as she was going stir crazy and needed the exercise she now gets a weekly walk around a shopping emporium of whatever type takes her fancy but we're all wearing trendy masks cleaning the shopping trolley and dousing ourselves with copious dollops of disinfectant hand gel when we get back to the car.
This is Mums, funky init ? Mine's a bit less girly, they're not surgical standard but as they're mainly to stop asymptomatic spreaders coughing and sneezing the lurgee all over the shop, should be OK.
Sorry to hear about your health issues, you take care. Leave the experimentation with the afterlife to Gandalph, Doug and Pat.