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  1. Hi all, I had this same issue and and the hard drive fix above didn't work, my hard drives showed disk 0 correctly. Mine was related to a corrupt WMI. If you are still having this issue, try these cmd commands in Windows 10 winmgmt /verifyrepository If it says that Repository is not consistent, then you need to run: winmmgmt /salvagerepository If that doesn't work (which it didn't for me) finally try: winmgmt /resetrepository Then run the verify command again and it should now say the Repository is consistent. I had to run these commands in safe mode. I tried everything else, including system restore, reinstalling helix and old versions. This made it work perfectly. Worth a shot if anyone out there has yet to find a fix.
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