I took the stake hard drive and hung it on another ward machine, and I could browse no trouble. So I don't think it's a "new feature" of Win10 that's preventing me from browsing it.
Anyone else have any ideas on fixing this short of a re-install?
If not, it appears my options (after saving the data) are:
- Create recovery media on a "twin" computer and see if it can fix it. However, I tend to doubt it will offer me any new options my generic install didn't already offer.
- "Reset" the computer. Apparently it will re-install windows while keeping my files. This will probably be my next step after creating the recovery media.
- Use disk image software to copy the hard drive of a working computer of the same model. But I'm not sure what kind of Win10 licensing issues I may run into.
- Start from scratch - use the church Win7 image and then install Win10 on top of it. This would be the most work.
Any other ideas?