Windows Xp Will Not Boot After Cloning
This did not work, the PC refused to boot from this second disk. My players went from 100% murderous cretins to 100% nonviolent diplomats; how can I achieve a middle ground? Be sure your new (cloned) partition is flagged as "BOOT" (for example using gparted) and try again. There are too many failures from user error. -jt- Newbie1 Reg: 16-May-2009 Posts: 5 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Re: Windows XP Home won't boot after copi\ying to new HD Posted: this contact form
It just goes back to the A: prompt. Boot loader: Boot Loader CD Image EASEUS Partition Master (Vista-compatible) I wouldn't do it on your other system for fear that you may inactivate your own active partition. Is it a Microsoft CD? Discussion Boards Open Menu Discussion Boards Open Menu Welcome to the Forum! http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1855565/unable-boot-cloned.html
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- The next most common reason is a corrupted partition boot record on the second (XP) partition.
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- This boot disk can hide and unhide partitions, activate partitions, boot Windows or any other OS whether there is an MBR present or not, boot from a second drive, restore Windows
- if need be I guess that's the last resort solution...
- Using image/restore is my method of choice too. -jt- Newbie1 Reg: 16-May-2009 Posts: 5 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Re: Windows XP Home won't boot after copi\ying to new HD Posted:
- Back to top #12 doveman doveman Frequent Member Advanced user 414 posts Location:Surrey United Kingdom Posted 29 April 2010 - 02:30 PM [*]that you used GHOST in a "wrong" way
The most outrageous (or ridiculous) conjectures in mathematics Exit Code Golfing Trying to cat a file outfile while putting the file locations in the new file What does the line "So Use the same method. more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed I tried also with Clonezilla and the result was the same again.
A couple of weeks ago I changed it the other way as the WD5000 was coming up in PIO mode in XP with it set to IDE (it hadn't always so Anyway, this is what I've done. Not the answer you're looking for? I even tried reinstalling XP as a repair installation...still nothing...
I can see what you mean though from the diskpart from a command prompt in windows does bring up the Diskpart prompt, I checked that out on my main computer. Maybe you are already aware of all this. If I wind up having to reformat and reinstall windows on the computer where I'm getting the "error loading operating system" it wouldn't be the end of the world. GHOST wouldn't let me select the drive as a destination to restore to whilst it was unpartitioned, so I made a 25GB FAT32 partition using FDISK under FreeDOS.
All rights reserved. I have a Dell optiplex 360 with XP SP3. Windows Xp Recovery Console When I put the new drive in the computer all i get is no boot device available. Clonezilla The disk may be damaged".
All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices current community blog chat Super User Meta Super User your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list. weblink Oh, I also ran a Windows repair and that didn't make a difference either.Oh, and the source is 250GB (both partitions set at only 80GB total), and the destination is 80GB.Thanks! Back to top #13 Wonko the Sane Wonko the Sane The Finder Advanced user 13225 posts Location:The Outside of the Asylum (gate is closed) Italy Posted 29 April 2010 - I selected all the needed functions for the copy procedure: Check source and destination for errors, smart cluster copy, copy MBR, etc.
Restoring the same TI to the WD6400 results in the same old "SYSTEM32\CONFIG\SYSTEM" is corrupt or missing.I've now tested the drive further on my other PC (to take the PC out Using RegEdit to load the SYSTEM hive could reveal integrity or lack thereof. You type: diskpart.exe
Type fdisk /mbr at the A: prompt and press ENTER. 2... Solved: Cloned XP Pro drive will not boot Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by don_1953, Jan 8, 2010. What is their exact wording?
It’s nothing to do with formatting either. share|improve this answer answered Nov 7 '12 at 21:10 Redsandro 3511517 firstly cloning the whole drive to the larger drive at once and changing the size of the 2 I selected all the needed functions for the copy procedure: Check source and destination for errors, smart cluster copy, copy MBR, etc. Here is another to try.
Download this CD image: XP Recovery Console CD image Download this simple, standalone iso file burner: Standalone ISO Burner (Be sure to check the "Finalize" box.) Unzip burncc.zip Click on the Thanks in advance for any assistance that you can provide. -Steve Top Login to post comments Tue, 2012-10-23 15:43 #1 Mark Wharton Offline Acronis MVP Volunteer Joined: 2009-08-15 Posts: 2071 Stephen: What am I doin wrong? I also looked for the boot.ini file which is not in the C: root drive...I only found a back up copy of it in the windows/pss folder...
Unfortunately, Vista and Windows7 will need a BCD repair as well, but after the DiskID has been zeroed. and I bought a 160GB samsung IDE drive to replace the origional 100GB drive...Using EZ Gig II software and usb drive adapter I successfuly cloned the smaller hard drive but when this is on both drives.. But try as I might, I simply could not get it to boot with this drive in the computer.
As you found, Windows won’t boot because of a drive letter issue. so the cloeing copied it all... The second rule applies to this situation. Ghost creates partition clones. Then I booted my LiveXP and checked the drive info (type was 0C and P1 was Active) and removed the DosDevices from the WD6400 P1 hive (on previous attempts I noticed
However, I then got a message at the logon screen saying "One of the files containing the system's Registry data had to be recovered by use of a log or alternate Some even said that it was a bug in this version of Ghost. By breaking either of the above rules, the Ghost clone will fail to boot, but the failed clone can always be made to boot by zeroing the DiskID. Ask the experts!
Do they appear when you type diskpart.exe? And it was already marked as a primary and active partition. –valsidalv Aug 5 '14 at 2:08 point to it in the bios as the first disk to boot Handle variable number of out parameters with less code duplication in C# Why are light rays able to cross each other? If I do a Full Format, it gets to 100% before displaying the same error.I also tried installing Win7.
I tried a lot of things with no success, so I wonder what I am doing wrong?! On my other PC (which I'm typing this on) I'm currently running from P2, even though P1 is Active.Nonetheless, I've made P2 on the WD6400 Active now.I've fixed the 0B as select disk 0 select partition 1 active Did the chkdsk report show any problems?