1.    03 Sep 2015 #1
    Join Date : Sep 2015
    Posts : 4
    Windows 10

    Boot Manager Missing and System Repair Not Compatible

    I'm really sorry if there has been a post about this already but I've been struggling with this issue for 2 days and have found solutions but all lead to problems again.

    My situation is that after a recent issue with my user profile going "missing" (I think) I thought do, do you know what I'll just reset my system and start over. But windows 10 would not reset. Instead I grabbed the windows 7 disk to reset that later hoping to install windows 10.

    I was having problems with my Kingston SSD so I installed it onto my HDD and later on tried to clone the HDD to the SSD and then format the HDD so the OS ran off the SSD. I have clone the 2 drives but haven't formatted the HDD. I tried booting the SSD but it comes up with the BOOTMGR IS MISSING! I find a solution which is to reset the bootmgr using the code "Bootrec.exe /rebuildcd" but I can type the command in due to not being able to access the system repair.

    This system repair issue says that the disk is not compatible meaning I cannot enter to the other options to get to the Command Prompt.

    I can still access the pc normally if I boot from the HDD but am dissapointed as i want the storage space from the SSD and speed for applications and the OS. What should I do? Is the SSD corrupt? If so can i do anything to fix it?

    Please Help
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  2.    03 Sep 2015 #2
    Join Date : Aug 2015
    Posts : 86
    Windows 10 Pro

    Some utilities like Macrium backup, EaseUS ToDo Backup or AOMEI Backupper can clone from HDD to SSD including the master boot record. You could if you have a spare partition or external drive, backup an image of your system using those programs and use the same file to restore to SSD. Some programs also have a checkbox to optimize for SSD due to the nature and structure of how an SSD is organized.
      My System SpecsSystem Spec


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