I have a client w/ a Windows Server 2003 SBS running on a Dell Server. The SATA HDD had 4 partitions on it (the Dell FAT16 partition plus 3 NTFS partitions) and space was running low so I brought the HDD home with me and used Clonezilla to copy all 4 partitions over to a brand new 500 Gig HDD. The partitions seemed to have copied over fine but when I put the new HDD into my test system and tried to boot it, I got an "Error loading operating system" message.
I suppose that the Master Boot Record may have not copied over properly or is otherwise corrupted. Should I run the FIXMBR command on this drive? Or what is the proper way to fix this?
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