With missing files and corrupted boot is kind of hard to recover and the best option will be to reload windows.
Another option I could recommend but cannot guarantee is.
Using your windows installation media.
Do a repair and go to the command prompt.
First option on the command prompt will be to run “sfc /scannow”, without the quote marks.
Second option will be to again at the command prompt you can try each command by itself.
- BootRec.exe /fixmbr
- BootRec.exe / FixBoot
- BootRec.exe / ScanOs
- BootRec.exe / RebuildBcd
Please remember that this are recommendation and not direct Intel How to.
I did a restore from recovery partition and when it was finished I got message saying I could get Windows 10 for free. Its now busy downloading files.
Other attempts with ISO file failed.
When you say Windows installation media, do you mean the Windows 10 download? In my case I downloaded it using the Media Creation Tool (or something like that) by Microsoft to put it on a USB drive. Would that be the way to access this?
OK if is downloading it will take a while to do so.
Please keep in mind that this is Microsoft updates.
Let me know if there is anything else I can help