Bootrec /fixboot Access Denied During Fix Boot Configuration FIX

Here is bootrec /fixboot access denied fix but only works with the GPT drive. Besides, you need to have a Windows installation media (a USB flash drive or DVD). If you do not have one at hand, you need to create one right now on a normally running computer.

Once you created, insert the USB drive into your computer and reboot. When you see the option to boot from USB, press a key to do that. (If you have set your computer to boot from hard drive only, you need to enter BIOS setting to add USB drive to the boot list first.)

WHAT’S NEXT?

  • From the initial Windows screen, accept the default settings for the language to install, the time and currency format as well as the keyboard or input method. Next, click the Repair your computer option instead of Install now.
  • Select Troubleshoot and then Advanced Options.
  • Select Command Prompt.

fixboot access denied

Bootrec /fixboot Access Denied

Method 1:-

1) Type “diskpart” and hit the enter Key.
2) Type “list disk” and then hit enter.
3) Now Select the disk by typing “sel disk (Disk Number)” and hit enter
4) Now type “Lis Vol” and hit enter
5) Select the system reserved/EFI Partition by typing “Sel vol (Volume Number)” ( you can identify It by its drive volume number of the EFI partition which will be around 500+ MB.
6) Type “assign letter=M:” and hit enter
7) Type “Exit” and hit enter
8) Type “M:” and then hit enter
9) Type “format m: /FS:FAT32” and hit the enter key on a computer keyboard.
10) Type “Y” If prompted (Twice)
11) Type “bcdboot d:\windows /s m: /f all” (Where d is the drive letter of the c drive) and hit the enter Key.
12) Finally, Type Exit and hit enter and reboot your computer.

bootrec fixboot access denied

Method 2:-

1) First, Type “bootsect/nt60 all /force” and hit the enter key on a computer keyboard
2) Type “diskpart” and hit the enter Key.
3) Type “list disk” and then hit enter.
4) Now Select the disk by typing “sel disk (Disk Number)” and hit enter
5) Now type “Lis Vol” and hit the enter key.
6) Select the system reserved/EFI Partition by typing “Sel vol (Volume Number)” ( you can identify It by its drive volume number of the EFI partition which will be around 500+ MB.
7) Type “assign letter=M:” and hit the enter key
8) Type “Exit” and hit enter
9) Type “M:” and hit enter
10) Type “bcdboot d:\windows /s m: /f all” (Where d is the drive letter of the c drive) and hit the enter key.
11) Finally Type Exit and hit enter and reboot your computer.

fixboot access is denied

Fixboot Access Denied

METHOD 3:-

First Download the ISO From this Link:

http://windowsiso.net/windows-10-iso/…

1) Type “diskpart” and hit the enter Key.
2) Type “list disk” and then hit enter. Now pay close attention to the disk number and identify which one is the boot disk
3) Now Select the disk by typing “sel disk (Disk Number)” and hit enter
4) Now type “Lis Vol” and hit enter
5) Select the system reserved/EFI Partition by typing “Sel vol (Volume Number)” ( you can identify It by its drive volume number of the EFI partition which will be around 500+ MB.

6) Type “assign letter=M:” and hit the enter Key
7) Type “Exit” then hit enter
8) Type “M:” then hit enter
9) Type “MD \efi\microsoft\boot and hit enter
10) Type “CD /d M:\efi\microsoft\boot and hit enter
11) Type “bootrec /fixboot” \efi\microsoft and hit enter
12) Type “bcdboot d:\windows /l en-us /s M: /f All” (Where d is the drive letter of the c drive) and then hit enter Key
13) Type Exit and hit enter and reboot your computer to see if the problem is fixed or not.

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