HELP! Cannot boot Remix OS.

  1. NayamAmarshe's Avatar
    Posts : 14
    Remix OS, Windows 10
       #1

    HELP! Cannot boot Remix OS.


    Let me start the story.

    I have 2 harddisks. One is 1TB and other is 80GB.
    1 TB has 2 partitions, C 465GB, E 465GB. 80 GB is D Drive.

    I was hoping to install remix os. I could easily install it in C Drive along with Windows 7. But, to make it more manageable I thought I would create a new 20GB Partition.

    1.I went to disk Management, Shrink Volume -> C DRIVE 20GB.
    2.OK, I get an error. I click ok, and computer shows BSOD.
    3. PC Restarts and to my horror, E DRIVE IS COMPLETELY GONE!!
    4.I check disk management, E Drive is now free volume.
    5.I am hopeless, I created a new drive from the free 465 GB Volume. E Drive is new. I cannot recover my data. No problem.
    6.I again Install Remix OS in C Drive, but now it doesn't boot!! It is now stuck in that booting menu which shows some linux codes. I don't know what they mean but earlier(Before that BSOD) it used to get past the codes in boot menu and boot normally.
    --IMPORTANT--
    7. If I install remix OS in other Hard disk(80GB), it boots normally. But in 1TB it doesn't boot now but it used to before the BSOD.

    8.PLEASE HELP ME!!!!!!!
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  2. Posts : 575
    Windows 10
       #2

    About "Drive E: is gone". Probably Windows assign the Letter E to the new partition. May be your "old" Drive E has a different Letter now or it has not a Letter assign to it. Going to Disk Management, choice each Partition and there you can assign/remove/change/Add a Drive letter to each Partition.
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  3. NayamAmarshe's Avatar
    Posts : 14
    Remix OS, Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #3

    Adalwar said:
    About "Drive E: is gone". Probably Windows assign the Letter E to the new partition. May be your "old" Drive E has a different Letter now or it has not a Letter assign to it. Going to Disk Management, choice each Partition and there you can assign/remove/change/Add a Drive letter to each Partition.
    No, I checked that already. The drive letter couldn't be assigned because it wasn't a drive at all. It was free Volume. So, I had to make a new E drive from it.
    I think after that partition thing, linux has some booting problems on that drive.
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