That's interesting - it might be having trouble with the Dynamic Disk.
You will have to do it manually .
It's pretty easy:
Open Easybcd, click Useful Utilities, then click Easybcd Power Console.
A command window opens.
Type: ( press Enter after each line )
bcdboot c:\windows /s c:
bootsect /nt60 c: /mbr
Then close power console and easybcd.
Open an elevated command and type: (press Enter after each line)
sel vol c
Then close command window.
Go into bios and set the 7 HD first in bios HD boot order.Or
swap the cables leading from the mobo to the hard drives.
Quote: Originally Posted by RiGu
Thanks for the tip SIW2, but the program you recommended doesn't work.
Always gives the same error message, even in safe mode. Attachment 45213