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Windows 7: Cloned SSD Issues, Cant boot from old SSD or New


13 Aug 2013   #1

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Cloned SSD Issues, Cant boot from old SSD or New

I tried to clone my OS from my old 60gb Intel SSD to a new 250gb Samsung SSD. After I cloned the OS and tried booting from the Samsung, Windows starts to load, then I get a blue screen. I couldn't get the problem resolved so I wiped the 250 and tried to boot from my Intel. However I am still getting a blue screen after windows starts to load (even in safe mode). Please help. I have launched start up repair multiple times and have tried booting from my CD but nothing seems to work.

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13 Aug 2013   #2

Windows 7 32
 
 

I am currently trying to install a clean version on my 250 and see where I can go from there. Any insight would be awesome though.
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13 Aug 2013   #3

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Can now Boot a clean version from my new SSD, how do can I recover my old SSD to get my files, settings, drivers?
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