|21 Apr 2013||#1|
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Restore a system drive that was changed when attached via USB.
Installed Windows 7 64 onto a new 256GB SSD. I needed some files from my old system drive so I attached it via a USB SATA adapter. It made some changes but I did not bother to watch what happened. I was able to get the files I needed but now the original system drive will no longer boot up. What happened and can I fix it?
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