|11 Dec 2012||#152|
Hi, I'm at step 13, and the sizes of my folders are all way off compared to what is described in step 13. Here are the sizes of my folders as shown in Command Prompt:
DEFAULT - 958464
SAM - 61440
SECURITY - 24576
SOFTWARE - 71118848
SYSTEM - 19513344
Ignoring this and pushing on did not get my computer out of the startup repair loop. :[ What might be the problem, here? And how might I fix it?
I'm afraid I'm not an expert in this problem and I suspect I may have got lucky with the fix, but the numbers are only guides, my numbers were not even close either, and you might have better luck with a different cloning program or try re-cloning your drive, failing that you will probably have to do a fresh install.
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|14 Dec 2012||#155|
Hello ZKhan, and welcome to Seven Forums.
If you have used the correct drive letter for your system drive in steps 8-10, then see if using step 3 in OPTION THREE of the tutorial below to run the defrag command below for the same drive letter may help. Substitute C in the command below for your drive letter.
defrag C: /R
Disk Defragmenter - Open and Use
Afterwards, try again.
Hope this helps,
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