I had a hard drive with 2 partitions on it. One was the main partition & the other was a factory recovery partition. I wanted to upgrade to a bigger drive so I used clonezilla to image the 2 partitions over to a larger hard drive & that worked perfect. Now, when I hook the new bigger drive up it will not boot to it. I can hook it up a s a slave & both hard drives are identical with 2 identical partitions on each one. What do I need to do to the new hard drive so my computer will boot to it. It is a Windows 7 operating system. Any advise will be appreciated...thanks
Follow Method 2 on this website. It takes you through marking the partition as active via command line.
Marking partition as active (http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/71432-partition-mark-active.html)
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