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Windows 7: Boot Manager Error


12 May 2013   #1

Windows 7 RC1
 
 
Boot Manager Error

Ok to start off i had a UEFI windows install on two SSD's which were raided and left them disconnected. I was booting off my other SSD in AHCI. I decided to redo everything and erased my array and recreated it. Doing so caused me this error anytime i Boot to my UEFI flash drive to install windows on my raid array

EFI/MICROSOFT/BOOT/BCD

their is something wrong with the BCD file according to the Boot Manager Error that pops up.

I get this with just the flash drive connected and no SSD's

I went ahead and re installed windows in legacy mode on my M4 ssd to get it back up and running. Currently i'm without a clue on how to go about fixing this. I've scanned the flash drive for errors but nothing was found.

Searching around reveals people doing a start up repair, but i'm unsure how this will do anything as my flash drive is what is causing this.

Any ideas please?


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