Bootrec Windows Installations 0

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After a recent software crash, I've been unable to boot, and all the fixes described here turn up empty: (Trying to repair off a recovery USB also fails.)
The error message when I boot reads:
File: efimicrosoftbootbcd
Status: 0xc0000225
Following the steps on the link above, where I get stuck is on step 4. Software jadwal pelajaran gratis. Running 'bootrec /rebuildbcd' = 'total windows installations: 0'
When I get to step #6 (attrib c:bootbcd -h -r -s), I get an error that c:/boot not found.
Other sites suggest setting the system volume to 'active.' When I try that, I get an error that the volume is not a fixed mbr drive. (My HDD is a SDD formatted as GPT, as far as I know.)
My system:
Windows 10
Two EVO 850 SSDs (formatted as GPT)
Anyone have any ideas? I'm wondering if there is something specific about trying to rebuild the boot rec on a GPT SSD that I don't understand?

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