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Windows 7: Temporary user account after copying hard drive


18 Dec 2012   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
Temporary user account after copying hard drive

Hi
I have two disk in my computer, both Samsung 500GB, on one of them I have installed windows 7 x64, but due to corrupted disk and performance issue, I copied, using disk copy software, entire disk sector by sector to second hard drive. After setting up boot information using easy bcd everything working smoothly and I was able to use copied system from the second hard drive, however, as soon as I disconnected first hard drive with the original system, I was unable to log on to my user account, instead I'm only unable to log on to temporary user account. I've tried twitching registry using tips I've found via google, but this didn't help at all , I"m including registry prtscrn if that helps. i would appreciate help.



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