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Windows 7: Can't boot normally after gparted realignment

19 May 2012   #21

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Have to go... maybe tomorrow

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19 May 2012   #22

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Hi,
F8 does seem to work just fine.
Johntf
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19 May 2012   #23

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Kaktussoft View Post
Have to go... maybe tomorrow
No worries, thanks!
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19 May 2012   #24

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Kaktussoft View Post
in elevated command prompt
Code:
 
dir/ahs /s c:\winre.wim
Code:
 
dir/ahs /s c:\boot.sdi
are these files on C:?
And no, neither of those file are found on C!
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19 May 2012   #25

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Thanks for your input on this thread Kaktussoft. I appreciate it so +rep from me.
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20 May 2012   #26

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Copy D:\Recovery\windowsre\winre.wim and D:\Recovery\windowsre\boot.sdi to C:\Recovery\windowsre folder
Maybe you have to create that folder first! Those files/folders are hidden system folders!

Code:
 
reagentc/disable
REAGENTC /SETREIMAGE /PATH C:\Recovery\windowsre\winre.wim
Now post C:\Windows\System32\Recovery\ReAgent.xml

Code:
reagentc/enable
post bcdedit output as well
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20 May 2012   #27

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Kaktussoft View Post
Copy D:\Recovery\windowsre\winre.wim and D:\Recovery\windowsre\boot.sdi to C:\Recovery\windowsre folder
Maybe you have to create that folder first! Those files/folders are hidden system folders!

Code:
 
reagentc/disable
REAGENTC /SETREIMAGE /PATH C:\Recovery\windowsre\winre.wim
Now post C:\Windows\System32\Recovery\ReAgent.xml

Code:
reagentc/enable
post bcdedit output as well
Hello again,

Dell doesn't want me to access the Recovery folder on the D drive - it won't let me open that folder! Instead of folders, the Dell logo appears, followed by :

Recovery Partition
Warning!

This area of your hard drive
(or partition) contains files used
for Datasafe Recovery process.

Do not delete or alter these files.

Any change to this partition could
prevent any recovery later.
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20 May 2012   #28

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by johntf View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Kaktussoft View Post
Copy D:\Recovery\windowsre\winre.wim and D:\Recovery\windowsre\boot.sdi to C:\Recovery\windowsre folder
Maybe you have to create that folder first! Those files/folders are hidden system folders!

Code:
 
reagentc/disable
REAGENTC /SETREIMAGE /PATH C:\Recovery\windowsre\winre.wim
Now post C:\Windows\System32\Recovery\ReAgent.xml

Code:
reagentc/enable
post bcdedit output as well
Hello again,

Dell doesn't want me to access the Recovery folder on the D drive - it won't let me open that folder! Instead of folders, the Dell logo appears, followed by :

Recovery Partition
Warning!

This area of your hard drive
(or partition) contains files used
for Datasafe Recovery process.

Do not delete or alter these files.

Any change to this partition could
prevent any recovery later.
I don't alter any files there. Nor do I delete any.

in elevated command prompt:

Code:
 
C:\
md \recovery\windowsre
D:\
cd \Recovery\windowsre
xcopy /h winre.wim c:\recovery\windowsre
xcopy /h boot.sdi c:\recovery\windowsre
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20 May 2012   #29

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updated code!
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20 May 2012   #30

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Please check system restore settings as well Configuring System Restore In Windows 7 - Everything Microsoft | Leading Unofficial Microsoft Site

No fake drives there? If so configure them as system restore disabled. Enable system restore on any drive you want. gparted cloning did clone and didn't activate it on new ssd.
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