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    Apparently, The night before it was working fine and I was doing stuff in my desktop. The next morning, while booting up; a Windows 10 error(Winload.exe 0xc000000f) shows up and requires that I need to repair it through the installation disk. Since I pirated my copy of windows 10, I downloaded one and put it in a USB making it bootable disk. (I am aware of my version and found exact w10 copy of mine.)

    I inserted the USB and booted it there.(Changing the BIOS to prioritize USB as 1st bootable; NOTE: Hard disk is still working fine as it’s still detected in the BIOS which means I can still choose whether I want to boot up the USB first or the hard disk!)

    I got to ‘advance option’ after pressing ‘repair this pc’ and choose the ‘cmd’

    What I entered there is this following. (I got the instruction from a site)
    ->bootrec /RebuildBcd
    ->bootrec /fixMbr
    ->bootrec /fixboot

    then proceeded to restart. After that the BIOS cannot detect my hard disk anymore.

    Please if anyone has encountered this and found a solution to recover my files it would be a great help.

    My hard disk is Seagate 500 gb
    OS downloaded ‘Windows 10 VL X64 build 14393.351 en-US Oct 2016’

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