|20 Sep 2011||#1|
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Windows will not load - Changed drives
Using win 7 ultimate x64. About 2 weeks or so ago my computer encountered an error and wouldn't run optimally so I reinstalled windows. Everything was fine then about a week later I am not sure what triggered it but everything just started being very sluggish from the time I put my password in to load , everything in between as in loading websites etc it would just load and load and load and constantly freeze then unfreeze. So after the first reinstall I created a image backup. So about 2 days ago I decided to use the system image recovery process. This took 24 hours to complete I woke up and it was done. Entered my password in and then it restarted.
What I have found that's happened is my c drive has changed to a drive that doesn't have windows installed on it and I have a new drive I never had before called x: boot.
Can someone help because yeah I can't load windows , startup repair doesn't work nothing works and I don't know what happened to my c drive as it's not even listed anymore.
Also to note my c drive was 2 SSD's run in RAID0. And every hard drive I have is a SSD.
Thanks in advance,
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