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Windows 7: Please help me in resolving boot load error 0xc0000225


17 Jul 2012   #1

Windows 7 Premium x64
 
 
Please help me in resolving boot load error 0xc0000225

Hi

I tried to recover the windows premium 64bit operating system from my hp recovery drive.While in the recovering stage i am getting an error 0xc0000225 displaying a status
"the boot selection failed because a required device is inaccessible".

I tried to search for the necessitate solution in a number of forums but unable to get an accurate result.Some how by the knowledge gathered from those forums i felt the error was happening due to the conversion of initial windows partition (C drive) from basic to dynamic.

Again on searching a lot of forums for a tool to covert the drive from dynamic to basic, i found almost every where the following three software that are used in the process:

1.Ease Us Partition Tool
2.Mini Tool Partition Wizard &
3.Aomei Dynamic disk converter

Trying the three is nothing but a vain.

So please help me in resolving this issue.

Regards
Chelikani

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