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Windows 7: Image system recover can't boot

09 Aug 2015   #1
jbaudrand

Windows 7 pro 64 bits
 
 
Image system recover can't boot

Hello,
I've restored an image system from my IMac win7 to my new custom Pc. But it can't boot. When I use the recover CD Rom it say that Windows version is not the same as the image system you try to repair.
The image was made on an almost dead IMac (graphic card) so every graphic driver where removed before snapping the system. The IMac win7 was installed on a hard drive. Is this a problem to restore it on ssd? Is this the reason (coming from a Mac) why it doesn't work?

when I boot I face a blue screen, even in safe mode. Because of the CD repair version mismatch I can't access to c: prompt.
I'm out of idea
Sorry for my English, it's not my native language


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10 Aug 2015   #2
DarKnight

Win7 Ultimate/X84
 
 

Maybe it's because, IMac and Windows are two different corporations. They have very different work scheme,that's why you can't boot,but anyway,you should try moving the files to another computer,if it works,then your PC has a problem
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10 Aug 2015   #3
jbaudrand

Windows 7 pro 64 bits
 
 

I've it's the classic trouble restoring from HDD to SSD.
As the imac mac is dead, I've only got the microsoft system image on an external usb drive. Is there a third party tool that can restore a microsoft format image system?
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