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Afzaal Ahmad Zeeshan31-Jan-20 12:20
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GeneralCloning disks - UEFI hell Pin
charlieg31-Jan-20 8:26
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Any UEFI, TPM, Windows 10 wizards around? Maybe a link to a suggested Microsoft discussion forum...

All I'm trying to do is clone old disk drive to new SSD. I've done it in a disk duplicator, I've used multiple target SSDs, and tried multiple s/w packages - Macrium Reflect, AEOMI (or whatever), Acronis 2020. Nothing yields a bootable UEFI disk.

My working theory is that when you install Windows 10, something is registered in the TPM module on the motherboard. Read about TPM. *try* and find info on how Windows 10 uses it. Anyway, I think the keys mismatch, and Windows 10 refuses to run. Updating some past posts on other sites, I came across this post:

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It is recommended to put the new drive in the laptop first, and connect the old drive via USB. Otherwise you will may not be able to boot from the new cloned drive, as Acronis True Image will apply a bootability fix to the new disk and adjust the boot settings of the target drive to boot from USB. If the new disk is inside the laptop, the boot settings will be automatically adjusted to boot from internal disk. As such, hard disk bays cannot be used for target disks. For example, if you have a target hard disk (i.e. the new disk to which you clone, and from which you intend to boot the machine) in a bay, and not physically inside the laptop, the target hard disk will be unbootable after the cloning.


What irritates the heck out of me is that there is no "why" explanation. Why do I have to do it this way?
Mad | :mad:
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