Yesterday I upgraded my SSD from a 500 GB drive to a 1 TB drive. I cloned the drive with Acronis True Image 2016. It seemed to work, but then it wouldn't boot up. I followed some instructions I found on another forum about how to repair the bcd (by booting up using the Windows 10 USB stick and going into the command prompt and running several commands), and that worked. The computer now boots up. However, I have now noticed that there is no listing under the MSConfig boot tab. Also, I don't know if System Restore is working - under C:, it says Missing. I am not sure what to do now. I need to boot into Safe Mode, but I can't select Safe Mode in MSConfig because there is nothing listed under the Boot tab. It seems likely that whatever I did at the command prompt has messed things up. Anyone have any idea how I would fix this?
Here are 4 different screen shots I took to show you what some of the issues are:
This shows what I have under the MSConfig Boot tab:
This shows what it says for System Restore:
This shows the drives under Computer Management. I noticed that none of them are marked as Active. Whenever I right-click on any partition, the option to set it to active is greyed out.
This is the boot options in my BIOS. Yesterday I only had 4 Windows Boot Manager listings, and now I have 5. I think it is because of what I did last night from the Command Prompt. I know I am supposed to only have one listing for Windows Boot Manager, so obviously something is very wrong.
I am at a loss as to what to do now. I am out of my depth when it comes to this kind of problem. Would anyone be able to give me step-by-step instructions as to how to fix everything? I really don't want to have to do a fresh install of Windows 10. I did this just a few months ago, and it's a huge pain to have to reinstall all the software.