So today I went to restart my computer and it held on the splash screen so I did a reboot again and came up with the error message in the subject line.
I've attempted this (easy fix) and did nothing
Also tried this one and when entering in the second command it says "Accessed Denied"
Windows Repair tool didn't find anything wrong either.
The only change I've done recently is I upgraded my video card which was last week and its been working fine since. I've used it with PUBG and Star Wars Battlefront 2 with no issues. I did a clean uninstall of all drivers (AMD card and now using a GeForce Card).
AMD FX 8350 8core 4Ghz
Corsair Dominator Platinum 32gigs
256 Samsung SSD
2 back up drives 3Tbytes in total.
EVGA GeForce GTX 1070Ti
Windows 10 64
If you're wondering why such a video card with old hardware its because I upgrade bit by bit. Everything else could still run things but my vid card no longer could but I do plan on upgrading the rest of the parts over the next couple of months.
Being I'm not the computer guru I wish I could be my only idea to resolving this (and might possibly be an extreme measure) is to partition the space still left on my main drive, instead windows onto that (Considering going back to Win 7?) then boot with that, remove all the things off the other partition that I need to keep and the format the drive and do a clean install eliminating all possible issues at that point....