Winlolad.efi missing or contains errors  

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  1. Posts : 57
    Windows 10
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    If I change bcdboot J:\Windows to bcdboot c:\Windows, I can boot from the old "C" drive.
    If I change bcdboot c:\Windows to bcdboot j:\Windows, I can boot from the "J" drive.

    Being both disks have the same license, could this be the problem?
    If so , can installing a different OS on the other hard drive solve this problem?

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  2. Posts : 240
    Dual Boot Windows 11 & 10, usually latest version

    See if this helps:

    windows - Cloned disk - duplicate disk signature, how to resolve? - Super User

    When I clone a drive, I usually verify it in another system for this reason.
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