1. Using the following command, from an elevated command prompt.
bcdboot c:\windows /s c:
2. In diskmgmt.msc, right-click on c:, mark the c: partition as ACTIVE.
____This portion is to make a copy of the boot configuration data onto the C:\____
4. Confirm system volume partition now resides on C:\:
Open DiskPart on an elevated command shell and run the following commands
Select disk 0
list volume (in the list under the info column, C: should display “system”)
5. If DiskPart is Correct:
In diskmgmt.msc, right-click on F:, format to NTFS
On an elevated command shell, copy the system files back to the (F:)
bcdboot c:\windows /s f:
In diskmgmt.msc, right-click on f:, mark the f: partition as ACTIVE.
Run diskpart to check if F is the system partition
____After this, there was an issue trying to re-start the hyper-v's___
Error: The Virtual Machine could not be started because the hypervisor is not running
1. Opened up an elevated command prompt
2. Went to %windir%\system32
3. Ran command bcdedit /set hypervisorlaunchtype auto
5. Confirmed that the hyper-v's were able to start again.