I suspect the problems lies in the error than I've quoted above and solving it lies in having the boot sector report that sda1 starts at sector 2048. Plazma but if isint there any "cd /d v:EFIMicrosoftBoot" what can do? Hopefully oldfred, one of the forum's UEFI dual boot experts will find this thread and come to your rescue. why is that? http://fusionphp.net/windows-8-1/windows-8-1-taking-up-40gb-after-removing-hiberfil-sys.html
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share|improve this answer answered Jul 8 '16 at 13:45 AbVog 158129 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Sign cd /d E:\Boot\ cd /d E:\EFI\Microsoft\Boot\ cd /d E:\ESD\Windows\EFI\Microsoft\Boot\ Now we will need to enter three command lines to repair the BCD store. I can't get to the blue screen like before to do the recovery of the o.s (do not have it on usb or disk). Followed steps: bootrec/RebuildBcd -> finds the installed OS, toggle "y" to add it to the MBC when prompted bootrec/fixMbr bootrec/fixboot After these steps close the command prompt and reboot with fingers
What a blessing your walkthrough was. Site Changelog Community Forum Software by IP.Board Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Need an account? Ander It worked perfectly, and you explained it so clearly and well. munky82 THANK YOU!
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When I look at my disk with diskpart I see: Volume 0 J HRM_CCSA_X6 UDF DVD-ROM 3415 MB Volume 1 C SystemRese NTFS Partition 350MB Volume 2 E __________ NTFS Partition Where the system is installed or the recovery disk? Time is our most valuable asset, even more valuable than money since we can't get it back, therefore I'm really happy I could save you time. VOICEOFREASON QUestion Vonnie: I boot up to 8 usb fine get to the advanced section select command prompt and I get a blank light blue screen foever not account question or
I used AOMEI Partition Assistant Standard Edition 5.5... Shariq Please help i deleted the partition of kali Linux, via magic partition,.. Dammit. I have run antivirus software and CHKDSK software but no viruses have been found and the HDD has no faults.
So when I try to do the final bcdboot step, it tells me "failure when attempting to copy boot files" Ive done everything to the point please if you can help http://fusionphp.net/windows-8-1/windows-8-1-dual-monitor-issues-questions.html i know i can... usuario123456 Buena observacion, lo provare. Solutions I've tried None of these "solutions" succeeded.
Followed the exact guide as you said. Plus - The Practical PC Utility Suite license key will work with any additional software added to the Practical PC Utility Suite in the future. Worked just as advertised, once I learnt exactly what the EFI partition was/does. http://fusionphp.net/windows-8-1/windows-8-1-stopped-booting-when-other-hdd-s-are-connected.html Its works.
Turns out the OS was pointed to D: for some reason. This may or may not work depending on if you have the registry key we are looking for. I tried to system restore from hidden partition (turning on pc by pressing 0 key), but after please wait message is shown… system turns again to blank screen and nothing happens.
Tambien note que Volume 1 C esta marcado como RAW, y no se si eso influya tambien. Michael Valergakis Thanks a lot. Ariel Abaca Vonnie, Manuel, my nephew said: "This page rules, man! It'll open Command Prompt window, now run following command: bootsect /nt60 SYS /mbr Exit from Command prompt and restart your system.
You saved me a bundle of trouble! Maybe? If not then the EFI partition would not exist. news Rakesh Hi Vonnie, When I issued sel disk 0 , I got message as "the disk you specified is not valid".