OS disk in backup uses GPT disk. This may cause boot issues on BIOS systems.
No boot disk foundor
An operating system wasn’t found
Check BIOS boot settings of the machine being restored to and determine if it can be configured to use UEFI instead of Legacy mode.
If the machine can be configured to use UEFI boot, the steps below do not need to be performed.
For VM's this setting may be enabled in the Virtual Machine settings:
If the machine does not have an option for UEFI boot in the BIOS, you must perform the following steps.
To resolve the compatibility issue, it is necessary to manually create a System reserved as outlined in the following steps.
diskpart list disk
Review the list of disks on the system, and identify which disk number you will be restoring the OS to.
Use that disk number in the following command.
select disk #
clean convert mbr create partition primary size=100 select part 1 format fs=ntfs label=”System Reserved” quick active assign letter=S exit
diskpart list vol exit
bcdboot C:\Windows /s S: /f ALL
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