His approach to statesmanship has all the subtlety of Walker, Texas Ranger minus Chuck Norris' grammar and diction. - homer ca. I simply had to use Disk Manager' to delete the SSD's allocated partition. Here, you can see in Disk Management that I only have my 2TB hard drive attached and that it has changed from being letter S: to C:. However, running regedit results in "path does not exist", although you can verify via cmd.exe and dir that the file is exactly in the path that the error dialog claims does http://digitalsurgeon.net/windows-7/windows-7-blue-screen-after-clone.html
I will make adjustments to the article to reflect your findings. Any way you look at it though, make sure you tweak Windows for SSD. There are quite a few default settings for HDD that you do not want running on your http://wikitechy.com/view-article/windows-utility-to-move-windows-boot-partition-over-to-another-hard-drive Both are really good. Once the OS boots, uninstall all drivers from Programs list, reboot and install appropriate drivers. 0 Jalapeno OP LarsJ Dec 21, 2015 at 2:20 UTC As mentioned above, my review here
Not free but pretty cheap. It's usually better to perform a full format but it will take a much longer time to complete then when compared to a quick format, especially if the hard drive is I'm so grateful for your post here! That's what solved it for me.
If your offset does not match you can format the drive you wish to clone to and use Diskpart to create required partition offset. I honestly don't know what the deal is with this problem when cloning a drive but I guess we can agree it has something to do with the hard drive's UID Reply John says: July 31, 2011 at 7:18 am This problem is solved by booting to a live linux distribution like "Ubuntu" See here: http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/19141/clone-a-hard-drive-using-an-ubuntu-live-cd/ There is an excellent guide which Sysprep /generalize All is good!
Kept having issues with some Windows Live products (Mail most importantly) and Windows Update, etc. Acronis Universal Restore What do I do now?FAQs and Top Forum SolutionsWe want your feedback! So far, I've been able to get Windows to load to the Desktop after minor inconveniences, 2-3 reboot's. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2938325/cloned-hdd-bsod.html Reply Alan says: August 10, 2015 at 6:20 pm I had a problem with both of laptops running Windows 7 Professional after cloning to a new larger Western Digital hard drive.
Thanks for the great writeup and additional notes! Clonezilla Help Desk » Inventory » Monitor » Community » Register Help Remember Me? Reply Martin Taylor says: December 4, 2013 at 4:19 am Huge thanks for a great ‘How to.." Thought I was in for a lot of grief to resolve but your solution I am sorry for the inconvenience.
Reply Simon says: May 22, 2012 at 3:49 pm Your very welcome! Say thanks by giving Kudos!Still need help? Cloned Hard Drive Won't Boot Windows 7 I searched all over their site and Norton's site and found nothing about this particular problem. Sysprep Windows 7 The Windows backup tool disk images I tried first were puking no matter what I tried.
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This is why it can be frustrating troubleshooting Windows computer because there are so many different variables that come into the picture that any one can be the culprit. There's really no way around it if you're using this image on any other computer, even if it is the same model. 1 Datil OP kfberns Dec 21, Generated Wed, 14 Dec 2016 11:07:52 GMT by s_wx1079 (squid/3.5.20) Home 0x0000007B BSOD after cloning HDD including OS by Farden on Nov 21, 2014 at 5:36 UTC | Windows 7 0Spice this content When that didn't help, I deleted the system partition and re-created it in the same space and size.
I cloned my hard drive to SSD and encountered the exact same problem. I've made a note of this in the blog article so users who are afraid of touching the registry can use this solution instead as it gives a nice little graphical Join Now I have a Windows 7 physical machine that I've cloned and restored to dissimilar (and of course newer and much faster) hardware using Clonezilla. Unfortunately it wasn't that simple.
I'm glad it has helped you out with this problem as well! This would be something to pay attention to if you are using more than one operating system on the same computer. Hope you can update this information. You need to copy the partition/drive STRUCTURE along with the image itself.
Reply With Quote 03-03-2014,06:14 PM #6 Howell View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Storage? Reply Simon says: April 5, 2016 at 3:09 pm Hey Jim, Thanks for reading the blog and trying out the fix. Join the community Back I agree Powerful tools you need, all for free. have a peek at these guys While I didn't get the direct solution from Microsoft support, I did find the idea to attempt this drive letter fix from one of their support threads about a similar issue.
again, man. 1,000,000 karma point for you dude!!! (p.s. - i have saved this article and made myself a pdf out of it to share with friends - don't worry, the It's a free download and registration for a serial key is free (give a fake email if you want). FYI - if you already have an image you want to use or have restored one and don't want to take a new one: To install the Microsoft Patch, you'll need Select a language, a time, a currency, a keyboard or an input method, and then click Next.
I don't see any other way of doing this.