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Windows 7: Missing operating system after merging two parttions

10 Jul 2017   #11
stergios

7 64bit home
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by samuria View Post
I am not a phone so I can't see photo very well. Disk 0 has a recovery partition and a system reserve which as explained is were Windows boots from not drive c so it should be active. Drive 1 had a small unallocated partition which would have been were Windows boots from. So without that Windows can't boot.
If you want to boot disk 0 unplug disk 1 so it doesn't confuse the issue
I want to boot from disk 1 when reattach it to the ASUS laptop.Disk 0 stays inside acer laptop.How will it be?


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10 Jul 2017   #12
stergios

7 64bit home
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by samuria View Post
I am not a phone so I can't see photo very well. Disk 0 has a recovery partition and a system reserve which as explained is were Windows boots from not drive c so it should be active. Drive 1 had a small unallocated partition which would have been were Windows boots from. So without that Windows can't boot.
If you want to boot disk 0 unplug disk 1 so it doesn't confuse the issue


I want to boot disk 1 when reattach it to ASUS laptop.Disk 0 will stay inside acer laptop.How will it be to boot from disk 1 when its inside ASUS?
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10 Jul 2017   #13
stergios

7 64bit home
 
 

And as torchwood suggested converted the unallocated space from logical to primary(made new partition) with no luck.The problem is not the unallocated space.Run again the fix mbr bootrec rebuildbcd with no luck.Still can't boot when attached to ASUS and can't open to view files when attached to ACER the partition with 574gb.
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10 Jul 2017   #14
samuria

win 8 32 bit
 
 

The small free space you moved would have been the system reserved partition which contained the boot files. It's faster to just wipe the drive and reinstall
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13 Jul 2017   #15
stergios

7 64bit home
 
 

I reinstalled windows and problem gone.
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