MBR2GPT shows this error: Disk layout validation failed for disk 1

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  1. AddRAM's Avatar
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       #11

    You have a very common problem/mistake that many people have or have made.

    Follow the experts instructions and you`ll be fixed up in no time.

    And always ask questions 1st before you do something you are not sure of.
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  2. Apu
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       #12

    cereberus said:
    As @NavyLCDR, problem is because system rerservrd partition is on wrong drive.

    You can fix this using tool like minitool partition wizard free.

    Steps are
    1) Shrink C drive by size of Sustem reserved partition.

    2) copy msr partition from drive 0 to drive 1 in newly unallocated space.

    3) mark system reserved partition active.

    4) disconnect drive 0 and check pc boots ok.

    5) If it boots ok, you can remove old partition.

    Whatever you do, I recoommend you image backup drive 1 and the system reserved partition on drive 0 first.
    Hi i'm back :) i don't know how to use minitool at all, could you give me some more graphic instructions please?
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  3. Megahertz's Avatar
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       #13

    Please post a Minitool partition image (full window) as you did for Disk manager on post #1
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  4. Apu
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       #14

    Megahertz said:
    Please post a Minitool partition image (full window) as you did for Disk manager on post #1
    MBR2GPT shows this error: Disk layout validation failed for disk 1-screenshot-2021-10-17-162458.jpg

    Here is the minitool image, what i need to do here?
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  5. Megahertz's Avatar
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       #15

    On Minitool you can prepare the modifications. When done the way you expected, you hit the Apply button on top left of the screen or undo.

    On Minitool, right click on the C: partition of drive 2. On the window that opens, choose Move/Resize.
    On the window that opens, move the left border to the right till you have ~100M (not 100G). It's a little difficult only with the slide so move it ~2G and then on the partition size up and down arrow make it around 100M unallocated space before and 0M unallocated space after and then hit OK.
    Now right click on the Reserved partition of drive 1 and select copy. Choose to copy to the unallocated space created above on drive 2. On the new window select finish.

    The changes hasn't been made so hit the Apply button on top left of the screen.
    It may ask to reboot as the drive is in use. OK
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  6. Apu
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       #16

    Megahertz said:
    On Minitool you can prepare the modifications. When done the way you expected, you hit the Apply button on top left of the screen or undo.

    On Minitool, right click on the C: partition of drive 2. On the window that opens, choose Move/Resize.
    On the window that opens, move the left border to the right till you have ~100M (not 100G). It's a little difficult only with the slide so move it ~2G and then on the partition size up and down arrow make it around 100M unallocated space before and 0M unallocated space after and then hit OK.
    Now right click on the Reserved partition of drive 1 and select copy. Choose to copy to the unallocated space created above on drive 2. On the new window select finish.

    The changes hasn't been made so hit the Apply button on top left of the screen.
    It may ask to reboot as the drive is in use. OK
    Thanks! i have a question, what can i do in case that this goes wrong? just in case because i have kinda of bad luck haha
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  7. Megahertz's Avatar
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       #17

    If you pay attention on what you do nothing can go wrong.
    You make a free (unallocated) space on drive 2
    You copy the Reserved Partition from drive 1 to the unallocated space created
    You check and recheck everything. If everything is as expected you hit Apply button.

    When you're done, post a new Minitool image.
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  8. Posts : 39,141
    windows 10 professional version 1607 build 14393.969 64 bit
       #18

    When available please update the progress with the steps in post #5.
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  9. Apu
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       #19

    Megahertz said:
    On Minitool you can prepare the modifications. When done the way you expected, you hit the Apply button on top left of the screen or undo.

    On Minitool, right click on the C: partition of drive 2. On the window that opens, choose Move/Resize.
    On the window that opens, move the left border to the right till you have ~100M (not 100G). It's a little difficult only with the slide so move it ~2G and then on the partition size up and down arrow make it around 100M unallocated space before and 0M unallocated space after and then hit OK.
    Now right click on the Reserved partition of drive 1 and select copy. Choose to copy to the unallocated space created above on drive 2. On the new window select finish.

    The changes hasn't been made so hit the Apply button on top left of the screen.
    It may ask to reboot as the drive is in use. OK
    MBR2GPT shows this error: Disk layout validation failed for disk 1-screenshot-2021-10-17-225140.jpg
    Now i press OK? it's all good right?
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  10. AddRAM's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro x64
       #20

    Yes you have more than enough room before C to move the SR partition to or create new, whatever you`re doing.
    Go ahead click OK and Apply.

    Personally I would make the unallocated space before, 100MB or even 150MB, not 115.26
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