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Do you still have the old SSD and does it still contain Windows on it? On the duplicated disk, search for the “Windows” file. You’ll also need to re-clone towards the hard disk. You can’t boot from the True Image backup directly if that is what you’re trying to do.
 
 

 

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You currently have javascript disabled. Several functions may not work. Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. Featured Deal: Get an education in Python coding with this course learning bundle. Posted 25 October – AM. Just after cloning, it let’s me choose safe mode, and Windows does start up in safe mode. However, it will not boot without safe mode. I tried several things using the command line recovery tool:.

Does anyone have any idea how to fix this? The fact that it loads via safe mode suggests that there isn’t any hardware issue. Could it be a driver issue? When you make a clone of C: with True Image you need to include the mb system partition and the mb winre partition. You cannot have two drives connected at the same time with the same OS. Posted 25 October – PM. Ok when you create a clone of the hd it creates a True Image image that can only be used to restore to a internal hd back to it’s original state or to a new internal HD.

You can’t boot from the True Image backup directly if that is what you’re trying to do. Generally how it works, you boot from a True Image live cd that has a copy of True Image on it and you select a source disk usb drive and a restore disk internal eMMC drive and away it goes, it’ll restore the eMMC internal hd back to it’s original state.

Windows is not going work that way. That is essentially trying to do the same thing as booting a live cd or live usb of linux. The structure of Windows is not setup to do that sort of thing. A far as removing the drive from the eMMC I imagine it can be done, just not easily done by the average person.

Some chassis require special tools to take them apart. If you want to replace the drive, then I suggest taking it to a computer shop that is equipped to help you achieve this. Posted 26 October – AM. TrueImage has a tool to clone between disks which is meant to copy entire disks sector by sector.

This is used to upgrade from one disk to another. You said you don’t have Boot directory on C: partition how about other partitions and does BCD file exist within Boot folder? Posted 27 October – AM. This bug check indicates that the Microsoft Windows operating system has lost access to the system partition during startup. For more information and resolution visit below website link.

Posted 28 October – PM. Yes I know that True Image does all that. The problem is that you took a snapshot of a OS and then changed it’s location physically. Now the bcd has no idea where C: is. Posted 29 October – PM. Yes, I’m aware of that.

Hence, my attempts to use “bcdedit” which are described in my initial post. I’m trying to get some help to get this working. I know it can be done as I’ve done this on two other Kangaroo PCs. Initially running this command just returned the help options, as for some reason every time I go into the recovery command line after a reboot, Windows forgets the U: drive and there is no drive letter for that partition. After rebooting, I got the usual Inaccessible Boot Device screen.

But now, after it automatically reboots from that, I can’t get into the recovery options. Instead I get the “Your PC couldn’t start properly” message. Pressing the Windows key just gives me a blank screen. Posted 30 October – AM. Thanks for everyone who posted help. I finally got this working by using the Restore Windows option in the recovery menu. Posted 30 October – PM. Cool glad to hear it. I am curious though to see how it performs and works out for you and how windows fixed the bcd for you.

That’s the hard part editing the bcd with the right device identifier. The command i give you will display help screen when you either type command wrong or you have not correct syntax like U: partition not exist. You issue is System partition was not mark as active that is the reason Windows never assigned a drive letter to System partition.

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Posted 25 October – AM When you make a clone of C: with True Image you need to include the mb system partition and the mb winre partition. Posted 25 October – PM When you make a clone of C: with True Image you need to include the mb system partition and the mb winre partition.

Posted 25 October – PM Ok when you create a clone of the hd it creates a True Image image that can only be used to restore to a internal hd back to it’s original state or to a new internal HD. Posted 26 October – AM Ok when you create a clone of the hd it creates a True Image image that can only be used to restore to a internal hd back to it’s original state or to a new internal HD. Posted 28 October – PM Ok when you create a clone of the hd it creates a True Image image that can only be used to restore to a internal hd back to it’s original state or to a new internal HD.

Posted 29 October – PM Ok when you create a clone of the hd it creates a True Image image that can only be used to restore to a internal hd back to it’s original state or to a new internal HD. Open the Command Prompt and type below command. Posted 30 October – AM Thanks for everyone who posted help. Posted 30 October – PM Thanks for everyone who posted help.

Posted 30 October – PM Initially running this command just returned the help options, as for some reason every time I go into the recovery command line after a reboot, Windows forgets the U: drive and there is no drive letter for that partition. I assigned the U drive letter again and the command ran successfully. Reply to quoted posts Clear. Site Changelog. Sign In Use Twitter. Need an account? Register now! I’ve forgotten my password. Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers.

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