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    Well, in fact it is not a problem with GRUB. I...

    Well, in fact it is not a problem with GRUB.

    I have once again reinstalled Windows 10, on the HDD (2nd drive), and upon rebooting (without GRUB whatsoever), Windows still fails to boot.

    I...
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    I was thinking about it and I don't think it is...

    I was thinking about it and I don't think it is an isue with Windows 10 after all.

    Because when I boot with
    Prees button / Type F12 / Into UEFI Menu, choose "Windows Boot Manager" to boot, it...
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    @Ztrucker: this is a laptop. I have the ssd in...

    @Ztrucker: this is a laptop.
    I have the ssd in the main compartiment and moved the hdd to a hdd caddy tray in the preivous DVD tray.

    Now the switch that is happening is caused by the detection...
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    I don't think this will change anyhting so I am...

    I don't think this will change anyhting so I am reluctant to try that.
    Need to reconfigure the UEFI firmware after that or I don't know what other thing
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    No. I didn't know this was even possible ? How...

    No.
    I didn't know this was even possible ? How do you do it ? Apart from reflashing a new UEFI firmware ?

    Because if you are talking about the ESP (EFI System Partition), I started with a new...
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    Windows fails to boot with 0xC00000E error on hot boot

    I changed the internal 1st SSD on my laptop, and wipe everything and installed windows 10 on the 2nd HDD drive.

    Now, it fails to boot almost every time unless, I boot into the UEFI setup menu to...
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    BSOD Yes, I rebooted every time. So I get it...

    Yes, I rebooted every time.

    So I get it working.
    First the index of the table starts at 0, so I must have used 0x63. But 2 shift keys + insert did not work. I don't know why.

    So I used...
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    BSOD So I re-read the instructions carefully and I...

    So I re-read the instructions carefully and I find out my error.

    You need to use the index of the table provided as Dump2Key value. Sight!! So now I use 0x64 (100) for Insert.

    And check also...
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    BSOD I have no Scroll Lock key on my keyboard (like...

    I have no Scroll Lock key on my keyboard (like most of us with a laptop I guess)

    So I am trying to use the crashdump registry key with the 2 subkeys Dump1Keys and Dump2Key to define a custom...
  10. Thanks for sharing but that was an info I already...

    Thanks for sharing but that was an info I already got.
    And by the way, that did not answer my questions.

    How could I edit my post to make it more legible ?
  11. No pb to mount partition in linux e/t Fast Startup is enabled in W10

    hi.I just found out that Fast Startup feature is still enabled in my version of Windows 10 (currently 1703).And I was able to mount the C: NTFS partition in linux read/write without problem (ntfs-3g...
  12. Thread: Booting sysprep cloned image to spinning dots by THNU85DC3sd
    Forum: Installation and Upgrade
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    this time I really fixed those boot issue by...

    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...
  13. Thread: Booting sysprep cloned image to spinning dots by THNU85DC3sd
    Forum: Installation and Upgrade
    Replies 1 Views 2,119

    Booting sysprep cloned image to spinning dots

    hi.

    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...
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