11-22-2016 09:19 AM - edited 11-22-2016 05:22 PM
Ok so here is the deal, I own a Y580-M772CMH 15.6FHD/i7-3610QM/8G/ laptop with Windows 7
and a few weeks ago I used Ccleaner to clean the registry and like the dumb stupid person I am did not pay attention to what it was "cleaning".
Next time I booted up my Laptop it failed to start Windows and gave the following message:
Check cable connection!
PXE-M0F: Exiting Intel PXE ROM.
No bootable device -- insert boot disk and press any key
So next time I pressed F2 while booting to see:
Boot Device Priority
Internal HDD: SAMSUNG MZMPC064HBDR-000L1
SATA HDD: ST1000LM024 HN-M101MBB
SATA ODD: Optiarc BD ROM BC-5550H
Network Boot: Atheros Boot Agent
To me it looked like I still had both disks working so I put in a Windows ISO before boot to see if I could repair. The following System Recovery Options screen showed me no OS existing.
So I powered down and used One Key Recovery which told me when I clicked to restore to factory conditions that the partition layout has changed.
Finally I used a bootable Partition Wizard and that showed me this:
To my layman's eyes it seems like the SSD and HDD that are normally combined by a Lenovo software Raid are now separate? Something I deleted with Ccleaner by accident that caused it (probably)?
Main thing is, I actually don't know what the problem is and so don't know how to proceed.
Can I even save my data (I'm afraid not)? I've been linked this as a solution but the links in there on step 5 of the solution
5, Download these files:
and extract them.
aren't working anymore. So... now what
Thank you in advance.