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[*] Post 500257 posted on 15-12-2015 at 16:50 Reply With Quote
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I have recently installed a new Sandisk 960 Gb SSD as my primary C: drive, this was cloned from the original using a Sandisc conversion kit & software. After installing the new hard drive I received an error screen on start-up informing me of a hardware change and to insert Win 7 ultimate set up disc and proceed to repair computer function. This was done as instructed and windows did a repair and rebooted. Now I have an error screen on start-up which reports as follows:-File;\EFI\Microsoft\Boot\BCD status 0xc000000fIf I hit enter once this disappears and windows is then installed, as this is not a great problem I would like to know what I can do to rectify this annoying fault if possible, any help or useful suggestions would be most appreciated.
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[*] Post 500261 posted on 15-12-2015 at 19:37 Reply With Quote


Will this help you at all-- http://think-like-a-computer.com/2015/04/17/boot-bcd-0xc000000f-windows-7/
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[*] Post 500267 posted on 16-12-2015 at 17:03 Reply With Quote
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Dear John, I have tried your post but do not seem to be able to mark C drive as active and have no partion on it, see attached as list of drives installed. I think that there is a system partion missing on C and it should not be on D

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