Windows 10 no longer boot after recovery


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falke300_2
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Hello Friends .


 I have noticed a few times that the macrium is not properly restored after a restore. Call Macrium and restore, but Redepoly will then not find an active operating system, so the system loads after the restore and loads a, but it cannot be booted, although everything is always backed up.

This can be observed in all versions, sometimes it finds the boot partition, then restarting after a restore is no problem. It is of course stupid if at some point it is no longer possible to boot a partition
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ReDeploy should only be used if you’re restoring onto different hardware than the original system the backup was captured from. Have you tried using Fix Boot Problems instead?
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jphughan - 14 February 2020 2:25 PM
ReDeploy should only be used if you’re restoring onto different hardware than the original system the backup was captured from. Have you tried using Fix Boot Problems instead?

Yes, I tried fix boot problems, but there is no OS to be seen there, unfortunately, even adding a path is not possible. I have not changed the hardware or anything else. The system can only start if an os appears there, otherwise there is no bootable system, but why it happens that there is no os visible and then again with other backups, although there is only one setting. ??

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Unfortunately I can't really suggest an explanation as to what's going on in your case since you haven't provided any details about your OS disk's partition layout the exact details of the restore jobs you're running, or even details about your Rescue Media such as what version of Reflect you're using and what version of WinPE/RE you're running.  In order to get support on technical issues, you generally need to provide technical details along with clear descriptions of each step you're performing.  Screenshots are also often useful.  Recent Rescue Media versions added a camera icon in the taskbar that when clicked will open a file save dialog box allowing you to save that screenshot somewhere, such as you your Rescue Media flash drive if you use a flash drive for that purpose

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