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System Recovery Disk Don't Boot

Created: 16 Nov 2012 | 5 comments

I Recently change my MB to an Asus P8Z77-V Pro/Thunderbolt.

Install Windows 7 X64 on a GPT RAID 0 Disk.

I create an entire system image.

I can't boot from recovery cd anymore. The Mobo has an Z77 chipset, with x58 chipset I never has problems.

I have System Recovery 2011.

Any clue?

Thanks!

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Chris Riley's picture

So what happens when you try and boot from the SRD?

Have you tried both the English and Multilingual SRDs?

nando_uy's picture

I tried with both, English and Multilingual SRDs.

The Message is:

Windows Boot Manager

"Windows failed to start. A recent hardware or software change might be the cause"

....

Status: 0xC0000017

Info: An Unexpected error has ocurred.

A fresh install of Windows 7 X64 and the applications are made!

With the previous Mobo (MSI P67A-C45) NEVER have problems...16GB Ram, Raid 0...the same hardware, the MSI burns because an exessive overclocking!

Chris Riley's picture

I think this requires a support case for further investigation.

nando_uy's picture

I searching everywhere on the net an the problem seems to be that, that's no driver at all for winxp or vista for this mobo.

As far as I know, SRDs are Winpe 2.0 or 2.1 based, (Win Vista).

Is there any chance to "rebuild" SRDs based on a WinPE 3.1?

Or, restore an image booting from a personalized boot unit (WAIK)?

Chris Riley's picture

It uses WinPE 2.1 so drivers need to be Vista/Windows 2008 based.

Is there any chance to "rebuild" SRDs based on a WinPE 3.1?

No, I'm afraid not.

FYI: next version of SSR uses WinPE 4.0 for the SRD.