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#1 Anurag Ravindran

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Posted 02 May 2010 - 08:40 AM

hell0 expert geeks ,i am running windows 7 professional ,i always prefer clean install if any problem comes but now when i think of it it's ridiculous it's actually better to create a system image so that i can restore it if something goes wrong ..but while using windows system image backup it's including non system partition as system partition aslo(.i.e my os is installed on c partition but image backup is also selecting e partition ) i used norton ghost , there is an option to select only particular drive but the restore process wont be perfect . so i would like to know how to shift boot configuration database from one partition to another so please help me ....thanks in advance

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Posted 02 May 2010 - 01:19 PM

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So, if I understand correctly, you only want Windows to make an image of your C: partition and NOT your E: partition. Correct?

Well, unfortunately, Windows 7 does not let you pick the partitions that it makes a system image of. You can pick parts of any drive to back up as data, but it does the partition images automatically. It's not something you can customize.

You'll have to use a third-party program (like Ghost) if you want that level of customization. Sorry.
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Posted 03 May 2010 - 10:29 PM

i finally found the problem and this syntax fixed all the issus bcdboot c:\windows /s c: anyways thnx for the reply

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Posted 03 May 2010 - 10:51 PM

Okay, thanks for letting us know how you fixed the problem, and you're welcome. :huh:
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