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Windows 7: How to move BCD from Disk0 to Disk1 ?

26 Aug 2015   #1
bernie01

Windows 7 Proffesional 64 bit
 
 
How to move BCD from Disk0 to Disk1 ?

I have a problem that is exactly like described here:
Switching my Windows 7 Boot Disk from D to C with BCDBoot rather than BCDEdit - Scott Hanselman
in that my E: drive is marked as 'System' (and has a BOOT folder containing BCD info) while Windows 7 64 bit was installed on my C: drive (Intel SSD).
I followed the process described, ie, ran command:
bcdboot c:\windows /s c:
however Disk 0 E: drive is still marked as 'system'. (See attached jpg)
Can anyone advise why this worked for others but is not working for me, or an alternative approach?
My BIOS only has a boot option for Hard Drive, not an option to select C: or E:
Thanks in advance, Bernie.





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26 Aug 2015   #2
bernie01

Windows 7 Proffesional 64 bit
 
 

All fixed!
At startup, my computer offers DEL>BIOS but also F12>Boot Options. As I mentioned, the BIOS just has the option of 'Hard Disk'. However I went into F12 to change to CD-ROM as I thought I would see what the Window Repair DVD said about the startups (no problem found). I then rebooted again, hit F12, and when I changed from CD-ROM to Hard Disk it offered me the option of the SSD (C) or the SATA (E) drives.
Selected C: and now diskmgmt.msc shows C: as both System and Boot device.
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