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  1. Good afternoon, I've had a problem all day since downloading an obviously faulty driver through winzip, regarding NVME storage drive, which is what my windows boot drive is. It asked me to restart when the driver was installed, and would not restart - boot drive inaccessible. Windows startup repair does not work for this. My restore points are inaccessible, in the troubleshooting it is not allowing me to reset computer, not allowing me to restore, a bootable WIN_PE usb drive to repair boot makes no difference, in CMD it is not allowing boot repairs. Windows recovery is not working either. I do have dual boot, and with linux I am able to browse through the windows boot drive and folders no problem. So I was wondering what way I can go about this without starting from scratch on my Windows drive? Is there any way I can access the drivers I installed and delete them in Linux?
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