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pop in the install CD use the repair tools and just move your MBR to your SSD.

Though if you can already boot windows with your HDD unplugged then your MBR is already on your SSD. You can format that 100mb partition on the HDD if that is true. You don't need that 100mb partition. you just need the MBR on your SSD.
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i think already figured out whats the problem here.. I installed the OS on the SSD with the HDD plugged in..
then the system reserved went to the HDD not in the SSD (that 100mb space on ur partition w/o anything on it)..

they say it contains the booting files etc.
Now the problem is I cant find any solutions of moving it to the SSD from the HDD..
Already tried 3times Startup repair and copying thru command prompt.. but still no solution.

here's my disk management from my own WORKING rigthumb.gifthumb.gifthumb.gif
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and here's my Friend's disk management.
Remove system reserve partition:

http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/71363-system-reserved-partition-delete.html

GUIDE:
  1. Boot from your installation or repair disc.
  2. When you get to the language screen, press Shift+F10.
  3. Type diskpart, Enter
  4. Type list disk, Enter after diskpart is loaded
  5. Type select disk X (where X is your drive with the System reserve partition on it), Enter
  6. Type list partition, Enter
  7. Type select partition X (where X is your System reserve partition), Enter
  8. Type delete partition override, Enter
  9. Type list disk, Enter
  10. Type select disk X (where X is your OS drive), Enter
  11. Type list partition, Enter
  12. Type select partition X (where X is your OS partition), Enter
  13. Type active, Enter
  14. Close the command prompt

We have deleted the partition, and Windows will be unable to boot at this point. Now it is time to write a new boot loader and BCD to the Windows partition.

Now shut down, unplug any secondary drives, boot up and run start up repair up to 3 times.

If startup repair does not work follow this: (link)

In CMD type:
  1. bcdedit /export C:\BCD_Backup, Enter
  2. c:, Enter
  3. cd boot, Enter
  4. attrib bcd -s -h -r, Enter
  5. ren c:\boot\bcd bcd.old, Enter
  6. bootrec /RebuildBcd, Enter
post #33 of 40
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Originally Posted by EduFurtado View Post

RMA if it's under warranty. Otherwise buy a new one to replace it. You should backup your data right away.

Try HD sentinel as I suggested and post here what it says about your HDD.

I've tried the HD sentinel and here's the result..


That happens when I first ran it..

and this one after a couple of test..


it looks like it disconnected..
Maybe we really need to return the hard drive.
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Originally Posted by Sean Webster View Post

Remove system reserve partition:

http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/71363-system-reserved-partition-delete.html

GUIDE:
  1. Boot from your installation or repair disc.
  2. When you get to the language screen, press Shift+F10.
  3. Type diskpart, Enter
  4. Type list disk, Enter after diskpart is loaded
  5. Type select disk X (where X is your drive with the System reserve partition on it), Enter
  6. Type list partition, Enter
  7. Type select partition X (where X is your System reserve partition), Enter
  8. Type delete partition override, Enter
  9. Type list disk, Enter
  10. Type select disk X (where X is your OS drive), Enter
  11. Type list partition, Enter
  12. Type select partition X (where X is your OS partition), Enter
  13. Type active, Enter
  14. Close the command prompt

We have deleted the partition, and Windows will be unable to boot at this point. Now it is time to write a new boot loader and BCD to the Windows partition.

Now shut down, unplug any secondary drives, boot up and run start up repair up to 3 times.

If startup repair does not work follow this: (link)

In CMD type:
  1. bcdedit /export C:\BCD_Backup, Enter
  2. c:, Enter
  3. cd boot, Enter
  4. attrib bcd -s -h -r, Enter
  5. ren c:\boot\bcd bcd.old, Enter
  6. bootrec /RebuildBcd, Enter

i've done thisthing and still no results..
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USB devices cause windows to hang on boot.
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That will not fix the long post. IF your PC is still taking a long time just to hit the windows loading screen then It is probably your HDD as you said it works completely fine with the HDD unplugged.
The Drive itself is probably fine, I bet the PCB on the HardDrive is acting up or just acting funny.
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Wow, i was lazy and didn't even read anything about the OPs issue lol.

Yea, if you can get the SMART data from the HDD your HDD is bad.

Maybe crystal disk info can get something from it? Otherwise I'd return/RMA the HDD.
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Yeah probably thats we're gonna do.. Getting tired of these Seagate HDs.. Got a 3tb before during black friday sales for 89 bucks.. Sometimes it fails , but works fine after reboot.. LOL
Cant helpt it with that size for that amount might as well give it a try.
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Wow, i was lazy and didn't even read anything about the OPs issue lol.

Yea, if you can get the SMART data from the HDD your HDD is bad.

Maybe crystal disk info can get something from it? Otherwise I'd return/RMA the HDD.

Changing it's sata port should have no positive effect, right?
Why wouldn't the disc be able to get SMART? It's PCB is faulty? A firmware issue? Or a damaged component inside?
Quote:
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Quote:
Originally Posted by EduFurtado View Post

RMA if it's under warranty. Otherwise buy a new one to replace it. You should backup your data right away.

Try HD sentinel as I suggested and post here what it says about your HDD.

I've tried the HD sentinel and here's the result..


That happens when I first ran it..

and this one after a couple of test..


it looks like it disconnected..
Maybe we really need to return the hard drive.

I believe that HDD must be returned,
Again, backup all sensitive data on the disc thumb.gif
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OP try HD Tune and see if that gets your smart status.
Also I would check to see how stable the transfer rate is. Erratic transfer rate is never good.
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