If F: in Windows 10 refers to the same partition on the same disk as D: in Windows 7, and you call that "libraries" (which is a Windows 7 term meaning something else), how can you "move" data between them?
And where is your backup of that Windows 10 data you seem to have lost?
A few days ago my dual boot Windows 7 and 10 laptop had iaStor.sys BSOD error during restarting. Finally I was able to restart after changing the boot on BIOS. That problem solved.
- I moved (NOT copy) Windows 7 libraries contents to Windows 10 user libraries.
- Then I decided to create UEFI bootable disk for future use on a memory card.
Somehow now all Windows 10 libraries contents disappeared. Where are they? I thought they were being merged.
I do have all Windows 7 libraries contents that I moved earlier.
Are those files getting deleted during UEFI bootable disk creation? If so, how can I get those files back?
Partitions letter info:
When using Windows 7:
Windows 7 OS (C:)
Windows 10 OS (W:)
DVD RW Drive (E:)
When using Windows 10:
Windows 10 OS (C:)
Windows 7 OS (D:)
Library (F:) (equals to D: when using Win 7 OS)
Memory card for UEFI (H:)
Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.