"I'm trying to reset my PC, but when I do it using a USB drive, made with the media creation tool, I get the following error:
Unable to Reset PC. A required drive partition is missing."
Actually, apart from the missing drive partition error, there is another one similar and common error, which is "the drive where Windows is installed is locked". What do these errors suggest? And how do they come?
This tutorial will give you the answer, and also teaches you how to fix the problem without losing your precious computer data. Primarily, 'a required drive partition is missing' usually prompts when you're trying to perform a system reset or refresh in Windows 10/8/7, and most of the time, caused by the corruption of MBR or BCD record.
Since it's the corrupt MBR or BCD record that caused the problem, the only solution is to correct the MBR or BCD record by referring to the detailed guide in below. By the way, this fixing method requires a Windows recovery disk.
attrib C:\Boot\BCD -h -r -s ren
Some of you may unfortunately lose very important data while trying to use command prompt to fix missing drive partition error in Windows 10; or it's a natural thing to recover data on a corrupted hard drive partition. Therefore, download EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard, and learn further how to use the hard disk data recovery software to recover lost partition data in 3 steps.
Step 1. Select hard drive where data lost.
Step 2. Run quick scan and deep scan to find lost data.
Step 3. Choose files the software found for you, and click "Recover" button to restore them all back.
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