Windows 10: "your pc needs to be repaired 0x000000e" after cloning in acronis

  1.    10 Apr 2016 #1

    "your pc needs to be repaired 0x000000e" after cloning in acronis


    Hi,

    I have recently cloned my windows 10 in the C drive to a new F drive using Acronis True Image 2016. after attempting booting to the new F drive I get this blue screen:

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    I tried repair with a fresh copy of windows 10 on bootable USB but it didn't work.

    Not only that, after many attempts of various methods to fix the problem and perhaps due to many PC ristart's, my windows 10 start button is not responding among many other functions in the original C drive whom which I had cloned (Though I have to mention that I opened a new user and there the functions do work fine but still I want to fix that too.)

    Thanks in advance!.
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  2.    13 Apr 2016 #2

    Anyone??
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  3.    13 Apr 2016 #3

    The only fix for the start button not working is to move to a new user account.

    Post a screenshot of disk management showing both hard drives and we can help more with the problem of the cloned hard drive not booting. Please be sure to widen the columns so all the info in them can be seen:
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  4.    13 Apr 2016 #4

    NavyLCDR said: View Post
    The only fix for the start button not working is to move to a new user account.

    Post a screenshot of disk management showing both hard drives and we can help more with the problem of the cloned hard drive not booting. Please be sure to widen the columns so all the info in them can be seen:
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  5.    13 Apr 2016 #5

    What I see from the disk management screenshot - and I am only taking a educated guess because I don't read the language it is in and the columns were not widened to show the entire contents of them - is that disk 1 is the only bootable disk because I think the 101 MB partition is probably the system partition. What I would recommend is this:

    Boot into the Windows that you can boot into. RIght click on the start icon, and open a Command (Admin) prompt. The Windows install on the new hard drive that you cloned to will have a drive letter other than C:. Let's say it gets a drive letter of F: assigned, but look to see what it is. In the Admin Command Prompt run:
    bcdboot F:\Windows /d /addlast

    The path in red will be to the Windows folder on whatever drive the Windows on the new hard drive is on.

    Install EasyBCD on the Windows that you can get to boot.
    EasyBCD - NeoSmart Technologies

    Scroll down the website and there is a free non-commercial use version.
    Change the boot partition to the partition that contains the Windows on the new hard drive that you want to boot from.
    Changing the Boot Partition

    It should be the same drive letter you used in the BCDBOOT command.

    Then you should be able to boot from the new hard drive. When you get into the new Windows on the new hard drive, you can run MSCONFIG, select the boot partition, and delete the entry in there for the old Windows on the old hard drive.
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  6.    16 Apr 2016 #6

    NavyLCDR said: View Post
    What I see from the disk management screenshot - and I am only taking a educated guess because I don't read the language it is in and the columns were not widened to show the entire contents of them - is that disk 1 is the only bootable disk because I think the 101 MB partition is probably the system partition. What I would recommend is this:

    Boot into the Windows that you can boot into. RIght click on the start icon, and open a Command (Admin) prompt. The Windows install on the new hard drive that you cloned to will have a drive letter other than C:. Let's say it gets a drive letter of F: assigned, but look to see what it is. In the Admin Command Prompt run:
    bcdboot F:\Windows /d /addlast

    The path in red will be to the Windows folder on whatever drive the Windows on the new hard drive is on.

    Install EasyBCD on the Windows that you can get to boot.
    EasyBCD - NeoSmart Technologies

    Scroll down the website and there is a free non-commercial use version.
    Change the boot partition to the partition that contains the Windows on the new hard drive that you want to boot from.
    Changing the Boot Partition

    It should be the same drive letter you used in the BCDBOOT command.

    Then you should be able to boot from the new hard drive. When you get into the new Windows on the new hard drive, you can run MSCONFIG, select the boot partition, and delete the entry in there for the old Windows on the old hard drive.
    Ok so after setup the EasyBCD on the cloned f drive, I rebooted the PC and now i have been presented with two windows 10 choices, one is the original drive, and the other on the cloned one, when I choose the cloned one then it loads to its desktop but then everything is flickering like hell and I can't click on anything...

    By the way, if I disconnect all drives and live only the cloned one, and then try boot to him, I get the same recovery blue screen.
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  7.    16 Apr 2016 #7

    Hi there
    I'd recommend taking an IMAGE over cloning the HDD any day -- you need to image to a different HDD or partition - and don't forget to include the system reserved partition.

    After imaging you need to restore to either original or new HDD. Again don't forget the system reserved partition too.

    (Your best bet in your current situation is probably to do a re-install. If you don't have install media download the Media creation tool from Ms. It will make an ISO and optionally a bootable USB stick - you can then re-install Windows again.

    BTW I used to use Acronis but these days IMO Free Macrium is a much better bet.

    I'm not a fan of 3rd party boot managers for windows either (Easy BCD for example).

    Cheers
    jimbo
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  8.    17 Apr 2016 #8

    Still I need to figure this out
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