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After restored backup in SSD - I can Not boot in windows - Acronis TI 2018 used,... gets into boot process

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https://forum.acronis.com/forum/acronis-true-image-2018-forum/clone-hdd-2-ssd-vs-restore-hdd-backup-ssd?page=1#comment-481693

 

This posted and here - look at the second page of the post - 3-4 last threads in this post ^^^^

 

After restored backup in SSD (migrate to SSD via restore backup) - I can Not boot in windows - Acronis TI 2018 used,... gets into boot process... see shots attached

 

I completed RECOVERY TO SSD from USB3 EXT HDD backup, success...!!!

But the boot problem is the same as HDD boot

seems the Acronis interfere with boot process... how disable this???

 

see shots attached by series... Now only SSD present 

No usb ext hdd ... No CDROM rescue media

well how boot in windows 

I think must disable Acronis at boot, how???

well ??

 

Are you suggest do a Windows Repair

With Windows 10 1809 DVD created today with windows media tool

... or... ?

 

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I use the same drive imaging program, but it appears you're not doing a disk image and thus it won't boot. You're restoring from a backup. If you have a drive that boots and is setup like you want/need, boot from it, load Acronis and select Clone Disk from this screen. This is how you migrate from drive to drive and maintain the bootable state.

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