Windows 10: restore an image my w10 doesn't start inacessible boot device help Solved

  1.    11 Feb 2016 #1

    restore an image my w10 doesn't start inacessible boot device help


    Hi
    today i tried to copy my windows 10 ssd to a new ssd
    i used macrium reflex 6 and image for windows the last version

    after the boot , i disconnected my other drivers ,but i got inacessible boot device
    i can't boot anymore

    does somebody restore an image of windows 10 to a new ssd ?
    does somebdoy iusse the situation ?
    is there a fix?
    i tried macrium bootloader fix without luck
    thanks
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  2.    11 Feb 2016 #2

    To analyse your case we would need a picture of your disk management.
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  3.    11 Feb 2016 #3

    whs said: View Post
    To analyse your case we would need a picture of your disk management.
    Yep. Here's how:
    Disk Management - How to Post a Screenshot of - Windows 10 Forums
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  4.    11 Feb 2016 #4

    whs said: View Post
    To analyse your case we would need a picture of your disk management.
    hi
    here from w7
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  5.    11 Feb 2016 #5

    Try replacing with just the old SSD & make sure it boots - if it doesn't then the problem lies with the format of the old SSD & not with the Reflex image.

    Also, check that BIOS is set to boot from the SSD source.
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  6.    11 Feb 2016 #6

    WightWalker said: View Post
    Try replacing with just the old SSD & make sure it boots - if it doesn't then the problem lies with the format of the old SSD & not with the Reflex image.

    Also, check that BIOS is set to boot from the SSD source.
    hi
    i tried to restore the w10 image to the old ssd ,and it boots and works !
    but i tried terabyte and macrium 6 pro , and they are not able to restore the w10 to a different ssd
    i guess w10 stores somewhere information of the disk where is installed
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  7.    11 Feb 2016 #7

    drugo said: View Post
    hi
    i tried to restore the w10 image to the old ssd ,and it boots and works !
    but i tried terabyte and macrium 6 pro , and they are not able to restore the w10 to a different ssd
    i guess w10 stores somewhere information of the disk where is installed
    I've used an SSD Reflex Image to create a operating system on 2 internal hard drives on my PC in addition to the SSD & ALL 3 successfully boot.

    The only time I've had a problem with Reflex is when I used a different PC to take an image of the Windows 10 OS from hard disk using an external USB hard disk adaptor & then transferred the image back to a new SSD. Unfortunately, the hard disk ID was transferred to the SSD so only 1 device was seen by Windows until I used Diskpart to change this.

    Personally, I don't think that the image taken is restricted to restore back the same device, nor do I think that the capacity of the SSD/HD would be an issue unless it was smaller.

    Hope you manage to sort this out - best of luck.
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  8.    12 Feb 2016 #8

    hi
    i have fixed it and solved
    i disconnected all drives except for the 128 GB Win10 and the new SSD.
    and it worked
    hope could be usefull for other users
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  9.    12 Feb 2016 #9

    drugo said: View Post
    hi
    i have fixed it and solved
    i disconnected all drives except for the 128 GB Win10 and the new SSD.
    and it worked
    hope could be usefull for other users
    Years ago, I had a situation with two hard disks both with an installed operating system, where they would only boot when both were connected; removing one prevented the other from booting which is obviously not right.

    I would suggest that you remove the new SSD to make sure the old SSD boots.

    Then connect just the new SSD & check that it boots OK

    If either or both fails, then it would suggest that there are files that need to accessed on both SSDs to ensure a satisfactory boot; that being the case, I would suggest a clean build of the new SSD with no other drives connected which would ensure that the stand alone SSD will boot.
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