Booting sysprep cloned image to spinning dots

  1. Posts : 13
    Windows 10 Home Edition

    Booting sysprep cloned image to spinning dots


    So I have imaged a Windows 10 HE that I have sysprep /generalize to OOBE on virtualbox.

    And written back that image (YES disk image not vm disk, don't ask me how) to my HP Stream 10 netbook.
    After fixing issue with the boot process, it boots now to the HP logo and the spinning dots.

    I am assuming Windows 10 is starting to load but fails ?

    What could be the issue ? given that it is a sysprep generalized image, I am guessing it should be ok for the drivers, right ? What step of the boot process is it ? Why is it stuck in it ?

    What could the problem with those spinning dots and how to fix it ?
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  2. Posts : 13
    Windows 10 Home Edition
    Thread Starter

    this time I really fixed those boot issue by using the correct tool. I mean I booted a live cd and run "Repair computer", command prompt bootrec /fixboot and bootrec /rebuildbcd.
    That's it

    sorry for the noise.

    You could delete this thread if you want
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