01-03-2018 12:08 PM
I have already solved this issue myself, but perhaps I can help someone else with the same problem.
After installing the latest firmware on my Ideapad 700, I was met with a list of bootable devices (HDD + network cards), none of which worked.
To solve this, I put the Windows 10 installation on a USB flashdrive and booted from it, then navigated to the command prompt (Repair your computer -> Troubleshoot -> Advanced Options -> Command Prompt). From there, I entered the following commands:
diskpart sel disk 0 list vol
I noticed that the wrong drive (the FAT32 system partition) had the letter C assigned, so I selected that one and changed it to a free letter:
sel vol 0 assign letter h:
Then changed my Windows drive back to C:
sel vol 1 assign letter c: exit
I then rebuilt the boot sector (using the FAT32 system partition), just to be safe:
bootrec /fixboot bcdboot C:\Windows /s h: /f exit
Then, I rebooted and it went back to Windows! Hope this helps someone.