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I am Storage! Acronis Universal Restore will do exactly what you are describing - change Windows settings (HAL, etc) and inject drivers that are missing, so your Windows can boot. I switched to Macrium Relect. This gives STOP BSOD (0x7B), SAME WITH BOOTING THIS 2TB SEAGATE FROM USB CASE ON NOTEBOOK. http://everfreetech.com/windows-7/dual-boot-windows-7-32-bit-and-64-bit.html

Objects that can be initialized but not assigned Is the adamic alphabet the origin of the Greek? "as rich as him", "as rich as he" or "as rich as he is" Getting BSOD. The Acronis Universal Restore comes with Acronis True Image 2015 as well as Acronis Backup for PC. Typically you need 1024KB offset before first partition and if it is not there or not exactly 1024KB, you are going to have problems.

Cloned Ssd Won't Boot Windows 7

I've had to do that many times when cloning Windows 7 PCs. It seems this drive has a compatibility issue with the chipset or motherboard configuration of the DELL. 0 Kudos Reply tcc_bimjb Kilobyte Kid Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to What's New?

  1. http://www.backup-utility.com/free-backup-software.html 0 Cayenne OP Richard Cranium Dec 21, 2015 at 2:52 UTC Another thing if you didn't already think of it:  I always try to make a backup
  2. Any way you look at it though, make sure you tweak Windows for SSD.  There are quite a few default settings for HDD that you do not want running on your
  3. Changing the SATA ports might also help.
  4. We cause the tears but not the cry Coworker has a ringtone that is disturbing.
  5. It seems that your suggestion to change the Sata ports has worked.
  6. and of course, 95% of the time that I want to clone a drive, it's a 250 or 320GB HDD to a 120 or 240GB SSD.
  7. You cannot clone to a USB disk and expect Windows to boot from that disk.
  8. So far, exactly none of them have worked 100% properly.
  9. Reply With Quote 03-04-2014,08:50 AM #10 sedrosken View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Master of Disaster Storage is cool Join Date Nov 2013 Location Trapped Sometime in the Last Decade

I'm sorry to hear about your failed transfer. So far i have run WD DLGD on the Green in dos and it came up with zero errors, which i certainly didn't expect.I popped the drive into the removable drive By creating an account, you're agreeing to our Terms of Use, Privacy Policy and to receive emails from Spiceworks. Sysprep Windows 7 Registration E-mail: * Password: * Useful Links How to get Support?

wrote: Keep in mind that if those old machines had an OEM version of Windows on them you can't legally clone them and put the drive into a different machine.  OEM Cloned Hard Drive Won't Boot Windows 7 wrote: Textbook imaging error. By creating an account, you're agreeing to our Terms of Use, Privacy Policy and to receive emails from Spiceworks. https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/652642-0x0000007b-bsod-after-cloning-hdd-including-os Join Now We have some new computers for our Dev team here with nice shiny new SSD's (Samsung EVO 840 250gb).

Quote: Then I tried to boot this HDD on even older (2006 year assembled) desktop with NVidia 6150 chipset. Sysprep /generalize Aginić 1,155414 add a comment| Not the answer you're looking for? Imagine taking an image from a 500GB hard disk with partitions and imaging that straight onto a single SSD or hard disk -- its not going to register those partitions on I have a clonezilla server at home which works great but I get this issue if I forget to run sysprep before I upload the image.

Cloned Hard Drive Won't Boot Windows 7

Login to post comments 1 reply [Last post] Sun, 2011-09-18 20:54 Алексей Г Offline Beginner Joined: 2011-09-18 Posts: 1 I cloned HDD using Acronis True Image Home 2011 with Win7 that http://forum.crucial.com/t5/Crucial-SSDs/BSOD-after-cloning-HDD-to-SSD-M550/td-p/162498 Source machine is intact, I will try a sysprep followed by cloning it via Clonezilla, thanks. 2 Pimiento OP danialsharp Dec 21, 2015 at 5:10 UTC well if Cloned Ssd Won't Boot Windows 7 Creating your account only takes a few minutes. Acronis Universal Restore Reply With Quote 03-03-2014,11:47 AM #2 Howell View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Storage?

solved Accidentally cloned my new computer hdd to my old hdd. this contact form Used space is not the same solved Cloned SSD to an external HDD Cloning from HDD to SDD - getting stuck on "Loading Operating System" solved My windows is still booting All manufacturer drivers under this category will appear. Event Viewer? Stop 0x0000007b

What are the reasons and how should I do proper drive cloning? Currently have their files redirected across a VPN to a location 30 minutes away. So far, I've tried injecting chipset drivers into the OS, I've tried regediting the SCSI miniport keys from 3 to 0, I've tried a copy of UBCD but it doesn't seem have a peek here Thanks guys, and thanks Acronis! 0 Tabasco OP Sam (Acronis) Dec 10, 2014 at 1:49 UTC Brand Representative for Acronis Thanks, and happy to hear that, Sam!

I had a message that Acronis backup driver is missing now after Windows upgrade... Clonezilla Work1: [email protected], 64GB, 512GB Samsung XP941, 2x 290X Home1: [email protected], 32GB, 1TB 960 Evo, 2x 1080 Home2: [email protected], [email protected], 2x SM951, 2x Titan X Reply With Quote 03-03-2014,05:31 PM #5 Mercutio If you want to clone the drive properly, you'll need a tool such as CloneZilla or Paragon.

Other things to think about: When the clone is complete, remove the SSD and plug the HDD into it's sata socket.

Some of them are using some ancient old Optiplex 780's from 2009 which are sorely in need of an upgrade so they've been given new Dell Optiplex 3020 SFF's. You need to copy the partition/drive STRUCTURE along with the image itself. Does anyone have any ideas or happen to know of a way to force a copy of Windows to 'forget' all its current drivers and pick up new ones? His approach to statesmanship has all the subtlety of Walker, Texas Ranger minus Chuck Norris' grammar and diction. - homer ca.

It's called Acronis Universal Restore :) The issue you are facing is with drives (MB, SATA, Chipset, AHCI, you name it). It is deff a pain in the butt but if time is not an issue just run sysprep and re-upload it and then you should be good to go :)Merry Christmas I followed the instructions provided above and it totally worked!! http://everfreetech.com/windows-7/dual-boot-windows-xp-and-windows-7.html However, i've not heard of it before so there's a chance we don't - However, the PC's in question have been here longer than me so maybe!! 0

share|improve this answer answered Jul 11 '14 at 13:03 Enis P. Reply With Quote 03-03-2014,07:37 PM #7 Stereodude View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Not really a Hairy Aussie Join Date Jan 2002 Location Michigan Posts 8,952 Did you try Clonezilla? It's called Acronis Universal Restore :) The issue you are facing is with drives (MB, SATA, Chipset, AHCI, you name it). My goal is to transfer Windows from notebook to desktop.

Can you boot to the Windows recovery environment to reset the hardware detection? 7 Pimiento OP danialsharp Dec 21, 2015 at 3:05 UTC 1st Post I would check Reply With Quote Quick Navigation Toolbox Reference Section Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Community Computers News Folding at Home Toolbox Reference Section so much this!!! More often than not (as I use images on multiple revisions/gens of devices) I do copy over the partition structure - its one less thing to worry about (that is -

Note that running the Intel driver updater does not update iRST - I had to do it manually. Safe mode fails same way. Please try the request again. Text Quote Post |Replace Attachment Add link Text to display: Where should this link go?

If you have access to another computer, I'd suggest you attempt accessing the data on either one of the HDDs from there. This is a step that MUST be done BEFORE you clone from the existing drive.To replace possibly malfunctioning manufacturer-specific Serial ATA drivers with Microsoft's MSAHCI or StorAHCI drivers which may have Any way you look at it though, make sure you tweak Windows for SSD.  There are quite a few default settings for HDD that you do not want running on your Can you see the specific code errors of the BSOD, though?

The OP is going to all new hardware including motherboard...... 1 Serrano OP ScottM1979 Nov 21, 2014 at 8:10 UTC Snufykat wrote:ScottM1979 wrote:With OEM licensing you can install I had the Green connected in its drive bay through Sataand the Blue was connected in a removable drive bay, connected through Sata. ( Green source disk, Blue destination disk) is Then I tried to boot this HDD on even older (2006 year assembled) desktop with NVidia 6150 chipset. This operation requires restoring to *dissimilar* hardware, a feature only available after you have bought and installed the Acronis Plus Pack.

Good Luck 2 Serrano OP scott.peters Dec 21, 2015 at 1:18 UTC As Daniel said check the IDE or AHCI mode. Attach both disks to your computer and boot from the one that works. Ask ! Imagine taking an image from a 500GB hard disk with partitions and imaging that straight onto a single SSD or hard disk -- its not going to register those partitions on