12-23-2019, 10:31 AM
Join Date: Dec 2019
It won't matter what type of drive it is SSD or mechanical I have tried both types when cloning and on 2 different Asus motherboards the drives boot to a J.
The only fix I found was boot to command prompt and use diskpart. The letters are usually swapped system reserve is c and main is d. You have to swap them back.
diskpart - to see the drives
list volume - to see and chose the partitions
select volume - to make changes to that particular partition
remove letter=C to remove the wrong letter C from "system reserved" partition 99-100MB
assign letter=k or whatever is available, then select volume for main partition
remove letter=d or whatever letter the main partition is (usually the largest partition)
list volumes to double check that it is now correct
exit stay in command prompt and perform the following commands
enter cd C:\windows\system32 hit enter
bootrec /fixmbr hit enter
bootrec /rebuildbcd hit enter
boot to windows