after having prolems with Drive C
Not knowing in advance what those problems were that moved you to "reset Windows 10".....
I can only suggest that perhaps there might actually be something wrong with your hard disk drive.
That might just be some serious system file corruption or it could be that the hard drive itself is faulty and failing.
Your first step should probably be to attempt to secure any critical data if at all possible.
I usually do this by booting the problematic system to a Linux Live Distro
There are multiple resources there, choose one that is relatively close to you geographically
After you get the ISO you can then use
ImgBurn to burn it to a DVD http://imgburn.com/index.php?act=download
Rufus to burn it to a USB ThumbDrive http://rufus.akeo.ie/
Then boot your computer from that. Remain only in the Live Environment and do not physically install it on your system.
See if you can access the hard disk from the Live Environment and copy off your critical data to a reliable external resource.