Macrium Reflect clone resulted in error that fixed itself


  1. Posts : 3,377
    Windows 10 Pro x64
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    Macrium Reflect clone resulted in error that fixed itself


    Did a clone of my system drive (250GB Samsung 970 EVO Plus to 1TB Samsung 980 Pro), keeping the drive the same size. Used a reliable USB 3.0 M.2 caddie for the new NVMe. Cloning went smoothly, but I got a 0xc0000225 error code when I replaced the smaller NVMe with the larger in my PC and tried to boot. That happened repeatedly. I could boot in safe mode with network to check things out. Since I was unsure about my 10 install media, I went to UUP Dump on another PC to make a fresh copy for repairing. While I was doing that, the error apparently fixed itself. When I got out of safe mode, the PC booted into Windows with no problem. Neither sfc /scannow nor DISM found bad files. I rechecked the Macrium clone procedure to see if I might have done something wrong, but don't believe I did.
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  2. Posts : 1,497
    W10 22H2 19045.3031
       #2

    For no technical reason, when I make a system change, I do 2 restarts. Things seem to straighten themselves out. YMMV
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