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Acer Extensa, came with Vista Are you restoring the image to the same HD?  Yes  Overwriting a Win7 installation?   Yes Can you look in Disk Management and tell us about the The steps are simply, if compare to Hiren's Boot CD's MBRWiz, Ghost32 and Easeus Partition. How are you booting to resotre the image?You need to boot to an external media to resotre the disk, one that has access to the imaging program and the image it If all is well then place your original drive back into the PC and have a good nights sleep. < Back --- Skip to main content Norton.com Norton Community Home Forums news

My System Specs OS 7 C0o0L View Public Profile Find More Posts by C0o0L 15 Mar 2010 #16 gregrocker 50,854 posts I do not use Hirens for Windows Thanks Brian_K Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 19-Apr-2009 Posts: 5,849 Solutions: 123 Kudos: 665 Kudos0 Re: Ghost 15 - Windows 7 restored image does not boot Posted: 30-Oct-2010 | 2:21PM • Permalink Perhaps this tool might help. Has anyone else encountered this problem? https://www.symantec.com/connect/forums/windows-7-64-bit-professional-cant-boot-after-restoring-image

Windows 7 Will Not Boot After Image Restore

Then to be on the safe side you can still verify your image while Ghost is still running (not sure about Macrium). LH, I did not produce about 100 tutorials to shut them in a closet. As Murphy would have it the PC booted and I was able to logon without any problems.

You were able to run the software and restore the drive. All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Jump to content Sign In Create Account Search Advanced Search section: This topic Forums Members Help Files Calendar View New Email me please. Windows 7 Fix Mbr Other benefits of registering an account are subscribing to topics and forums, creating a blog, and having no ads shown anywhere on the site.

But when people use it and get stuck, the procedure I posted is one way to get them out of the bind. Windows 7 Won't Boot After Image Restore Now, when you are booting from Setup DVD, the boot method is via EFI Shell. Thursday, April 08, 2010 2:23 PM Reply | Quote Answers 4 Sign in to vote Hello, There are two Boot modes in your particular machine-> BIOS & EFI. https://community.norton.com/en/forums/ghost-15-windows-7-restored-image-does-not-boot My System Specs OS Windows 7 & XP mjb View Public Profile Find More Posts by mjb . 15 Mar 2010 #12 C0o0L 7 4 posts Dear mjb

Related Resources solved Windows XP not booting after restoring hard drive image [solved!] Windows won't boot after restoring image solved Help HDD Error after System Image Restore solved How to Restore Bootrec.exe /fixmbr Overwriting a Win7 installation? Or how about using an external hard drive as the transfer medium?Hope this helpsFrank Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Save a Little Time by brakewell / November 19, I'm not aware of setting it up.

Windows 7 Won't Boot After Image Restore

This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by our staff. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/16065-63-booting-image-restore Just insert the W7 install disk -- repaiir system and all is OK again -- you won't have lost any programs or anything. Windows 7 Will Not Boot After Image Restore Are you keeping the orignal drive in the same SATA port? Ghost32.exe Switches You never know when one will leave you.

I'll try moving the XT to sata port 1 and update.Thanks for the replies guys.Edit: Moving the XT to SATA port 1 had no effect, it's still giving me the "No navigate to this website Back to top #9 ukbb ukbb Topic Starter Members 21 posts OFFLINE Local time:03:45 PM Posted 15 February 2014 - 12:16 PM I got to the "Repair your computer" and Paulcheung This should hopefully help http://www.sevenforums.com/tut.....overy.html Also you may like to perhaps re-read this http://www.sevenforums.com/tut.....ackup.html Reports: · Posted 4 years ago Top Lighthouse Posts: 13598 This post has been Upon reboot, Windows Boot Manager comes up and says Windows Failed To Start. How To Restore Ghost Image Of Windows 7 Step By Step

Reports: · Posted 4 years ago Top Lighthouse Posts: 13598 This post has been reported. I'll try that again now. No special switches are needed for this step (for NetVista only). http://relite.org/windows-7/windows-clipboard-fails.php Vincenzo Regular Contributor5 Reg: 23-Apr-2008 Posts: 259 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 5 Kudos0 Ghost 15 - Windows 7 restored image does not boot Posted: 30-Oct-2010 | 10:06AM • 7 Replies • Permalink

The following example assumes that the DVD drive is Fs0: Shell> Fs0: · Start the EFI boot application. Symantec Ghost There are separate applications for x64 and Intel Itanium systems. Once you've got a SINGLE OS partition with no 100MB system partition you can GHOST / IMAGE the OS without any further problems.

I should think this would bring your computer back to how it was when you made the image.

I am not promoting anything. PC Applications forum About This ForumGet help and troubleshooting advice on the wide variety of PC apps and utilities--topics range from defragging tools, registry cleaners, driver finders, backup utilities, data-recovery apps, Norton Ghost for instance will give you an error message if problems occur during the image process. Bootrec Rebuildbcd The Broadcom Network chip is dependent on getting the Firewire driver successfully installed and working, but even if the firewire driver was working properly installing the Broadcom 4401 driver was always

On EVERY computer, it does the same thing - windows boots into that mode ''WINDOWS COULD NOT START LAST TIME, WOULD YOU LIKE TO BOOT NORMAL, SAFE MODE, ETC''. I ensure that I don't hav ethis parition by installing W7 on a disk which only has ONE partition -- even if it's a 2TB disk -- then after installation I How can I get the restored drive to boot? http://relite.org/windows-7/upgrading-vista-to-win7-fails.php Any...

New problem to solve!The other programs I used didn't image restore from within windows, but norton did, I guess that's why the user profile is corrupted, I'll see if I can Thanks,Vikas Ranjan [MSFT] ------- this information is provided as-is without any warranties, implicit or explicit.------- Marked as answer by kwm100 Friday, April 09, 2010 9:04 PM Friday, April 09, 2010 12:02 Have a look at THIS POST regarding the dual boot entry. Walk Away, it Aint worth the hassle.

Since you seem disinclined to take the advice that I've given you, I don't believe I can be of any further help to you.