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Windows 7: Messed up boot up harddisk. Need help to repair.

16 Jul 2016   #11

Windows 7 Home Premium 32-Bit - Build 7600 SP1

I don't know what you have done because you are doing your own thing and not answering my questions. You can't boot from F:. The OS has to be on C:. I have tried and you just won't cooperate and answer what I ask. Gotta Go.

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16 Jul 2016   #12

Windows 7 Ultimate x6

>What does not work, booting?
>Did you run Startup Repair?

I CAN'T it said it is not compatible
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16 Jul 2016   #13

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit sp1

Joshua. Your Disc Management shows that both the SSD's we are talking about only have about 20% free space. This is simply not enough for an SSD, they need at least 10% for Over Provisioning, which is commonly meant as garbage collection. So that only leaves a 10% margin which is not enough for various file expansion in the normal course of Windows operation.

Either you will have to reduce the number of programs you have loaded or you will need to get a larger SSD.

Then we can look at getting your current system working properly.

From what you have said you can boot into your old SSD which is disc F & it has the Chinese writing for System Reserved is that correct?.
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17 Jul 2016   #14

Windows 7 Professional 64bit

I recommend upgrading to Windows 10. :)

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17 Jul 2016   #15

Windows 7 Home Premium 32-Bit - Build 7600 SP1

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by tommyg562000 View Post
I recommend upgrading to Windows 10. :)
Have you tried Windows 95?
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 Messed up boot up harddisk. Need help to repair.

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