What resides on each disk?
Do you have your user libraries pointed to Disk2 ( D )?
Do you have programs installed to Disk2 ( D )?
Have you ever, in the history of this machine, used EASEUS Partition Manager on it?
EASEUS Partition Manager Has been used to migrate my hdd to sdd
my programs and libraries are linked to d Drive
Disk 0 Houses my hackintosh
I have to think about this. I am not sure it can be completely corrected without some major surgery.
We must be sure that your Macrium image is complete and verified, before we start mucking around. If things go bad, you can always restore your image, and be back to where you started. Please be sure to make some rescue media, and that you can actually boot from the rescue media, if needed.
I have to do some research on partition ID numbers for recovery partitions for you....be back later.
If you have a spare USB stick ....then you can make a Rescue Disk using Macrium Reflect ....which will allow you to boot from your USB drive and restore your Windows OS incase you can't boot back into Windows. This is under Other Tasks on Macrium.
Can also use a DVD disk if you can't boot from a usb drive...
Ok go here to this link, and download this app, and install it to a usb stick .....This will have many programs installed on it, and including Macrium Reflect. Also a good program to keep handy in the future.
Windows 10 Recovery Tools - Bootable Rescue Disk