Weird situation after upgrading to Win 10 ?

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Re: Weird situation after upgrading to Win 10 ?

Postby swayzak » Thu Jul 06, 2017 2:20 am

Here are the outputs of reagentc /info run for 32bit & 64bit OS partitions. How do they relate to the list seen in BIBM and do they indicate which one is safe to delete ?
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Win 10 64bit
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Win 10 32bit
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Re: Weird situation after upgrading to Win 10 ?

Postby Brian K » Thu Jul 06, 2017 2:42 am

Can you add the 3 RE partitions below the Win10 64bit partition to the Win10 64bit Boot Item.

Can you add the 2 RE partitions below the Win10 32bit partition to the Win10 32bit Boot Item.

Then run
reagentc /info

If Windows RE Status is still Disabled, run
reagentc /enable
Then run
reagentc /info
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Re: Weird situation after upgrading to Win 10 ?

Postby swayzak » Thu Jul 06, 2017 2:58 am

Apologies for being dim but how do I add these RE partitions to the Windows boot item ? Do you mean just add them to the MBR Details list for HD0 via Boot Edit ?
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Re: Weird situation after upgrading to Win 10 ?

Postby Brian K » Thu Jul 06, 2017 3:03 am

That's correct. Use "Fill" for each slot.
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Re: Weird situation after upgrading to Win 10 ?

Postby swayzak » Thu Jul 06, 2017 3:34 am

There are only 2 free slots available to fill (unless there is a way to add more ?)..
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Re: Weird situation after upgrading to Win 10 ?

Postby Brian K » Thu Jul 06, 2017 3:53 am

Which items are in the first 2 slots?
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Re: Weird situation after upgrading to Win 10 ?

Postby swayzak » Thu Jul 06, 2017 4:02 am

0 = OS partition, 1 = audio data (samples) partition (which sits on the same physical drive).

This PC is a Digital Audio Workstation and so has several different data partitions spread across 2 physical drives.
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Re: Weird situation after upgrading to Win 10 ?

Postby Brian K » Thu Jul 06, 2017 4:15 am

OK. I was confused as that partition wasn't on your first screenshot but the screen shot couldn't show all partitions on HD0.

Try adding the first 2 RE partitions and running the command lines. Then remove those partitions and add the third RE partition and run the command lines.
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Re: Weird situation after upgrading to Win 10 ?

Postby swayzak » Thu Jul 06, 2017 4:28 am

Will do.

Will this allow me to delete any of these partitions, and if so how will I know which one(s) to delete ?
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Re: Weird situation after upgrading to Win 10 ?

Postby swayzak » Thu Jul 06, 2017 4:59 am

OK, here are screenshots of reagentc /info outputs in following order: Win32 bit RE MBRs 1 & 2, Win32 bit RE MBR 3, Win64 bit RE MBRs 1 & 2.
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Win64 RE 1+2
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win32 RE 3.jpg
Win32 RE 3
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win32 RE 1+2.jpg
Win32 RE 1+2
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