quot; from Technet documentation "If the registry is corrupted or missing or no valid system installations are found, the Recovery Console starts in config the root of the startup volume without requiring a password.
Once that is done, return the disk n-track to the computer and if it boots proceed to Step 4 as instructed in the article.
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I think that likely setting the startup folder windows system32 config system fix access denied fixes the issue on systems where you have write access to Program Files but not System32.
Open up task manager and browse to powershell and then run task as administrator.
C: prompt then I would suggest that you run a diagnostic utility from the drive manufacturer to check your drive.