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Winload.exe problem I cloned my vista hard drive. when i boot the hard dirve, it shows that the winload.exe is missing or corrupt. what can i do?

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Is this ur oprating is on other than c:\ drive if yes then then u r not able to do to stop this error simply move ur data then install on the c
: drive then after u can create the clonr without error


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