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Getting 0xc0000225 error when entering Recovery mode-Win81

  1. #31


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    Windows 10


    This must be done first (see screenshot below).

    select partition #
    set id=de94bba4-06d1-4d40-a16a-bfd50179d6ac

    Click image for larger version
    Last edited by genet; 20 Sep 2014 at 18:52. Reason: strikethrough

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  2. #32


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    The new MSR partition would need to deleted first.

    @ arcturius

    The big question is WHY delete the MSR & the last partition.
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  3. #33


    Posts : 40
    Windows 8.1


    I am trying to understand the things, but seems like I am lacking the skills for this. Please correct me if I am wrong - I will have to:
    1. Go to diskpart and remove msr partition 6
    (Partition 6 Reserved 128 MB 231 GB)
    2. Mark the following partitions recovery (by setting special id):
    (Partition 1 Primary 1000 MB 1024 KB,
    Partition 4 Primary 350 MB 218 GB,
    Partition 5 Primary 12 GB 218 GB)

    Do I have to "update links" in the system after that? e.g. run bcdedit or something?

    Thank you
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  4. #34


    Posts : 40
    Windows 8.1


    WinRE.wim

    I found one at C:\Recovery\LSBCDECD-4086-457C-9B8D-F6C9A16E6D6A
    and one hidden at [device\harddisk0\partition1]\Recovery\WindowsRE

    Quote Originally Posted by Saltgrass View Post
    I suppose a couple of things might be brought up.

    First, Lenovo was one of the systems where the Recovery options would not work correctly with the 350 MB partition added. They later changed it to a 450 MB partition and now, as far as I know, to the OS partition. But if it were to work, it may need the Windows Reset option and not the Lenovo Recovery options.

    It appears you have moved the install to your current hard drive. There are some things involved in such an operation which might be causing problems now.

    When you create a new partition, it will be placed in the largest unallocated space. As possibly Topguncp mentioned, you need to extend the partition into that area or create a new partition so it will no longer be unallocated. If you do have additional unallocated space, to create the MSR partition, you need to give it an offset location. Not really sure if that is related to your current situation except it might have changed the partition numbers for the recovery configuration.

    Do you know for sure the WinRE.wim file is located in a WindowsRE folder? Asus does this, but most others used a GUID folder identifier for that file. If that were to be the case, you would need that GUID number. But Theog is correct in that the Recovery tools may have been moved to the 350 MB partition, which means you should be using partition 4 instead of partition 1. But with the information you have, this is an unknown so far.

    I seem to remember Lenovo systems having two 1000 MB partitions, one being marked as OEM. Your system was not configured this way?
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  5. #35


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    Quote Originally Posted by arcturius View Post
    I am trying to understand the things, but seems like I am lacking the skills for this. Please correct me if I am wrong - I will have to:
    1. Go to diskpart and remove msr partition 6
    (Partition 6 Reserved 128 MB 231 GB)
    2. Mark the following partitions recovery (by setting special id):
    (Partition 1 Primary 1000 MB 1024 KB,
    Partition 4 Primary 350 MB 218 GB,
    Partition 5 Primary 12 GB 218 GB)

    Do I have to "update links" in the system after that? e.g. run bcdedit or something?

    Thank you
    1) Delete new MSR, which will be added to last partition 6.88gb, making the partitin 7,00gb.

    2)Make partiton & format.

    3)Make NEW MSR,
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  6. #36


    Posts : 40
    Windows 8.1


    So the steps are:

    1. Go to diskpart and remove msr partition 6
    (Partition 6 Reserved 128 MB 231 GB)

    2. Create new partition for 128 mb out of unallocated area we see. Format it.

    3. Create new msr (again specified size=128mb or better 127mb?)

    4. Mark the following partitions recovery (by setting special id):

    (Partition 1 Primary 1000 MB 1024 KB,
    Partition 4 Primary 350 MB 218 GB,
    Partition 5 Primary 12 GB 218 GB)


    Correct?


    Quote Originally Posted by theog View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by arcturius View Post
    I am trying to understand the things, but seems like I am lacking the skills for this. Please correct me if I am wrong - I will have to:
    1. Go to diskpart and remove msr partition 6
    (Partition 6 Reserved 128 MB 231 GB)
    2. Mark the following partitions recovery (by setting special id):
    (Partition 1 Primary 1000 MB 1024 KB,
    Partition 4 Primary 350 MB 218 GB,
    Partition 5 Primary 12 GB 218 GB)

    Do I have to "update links" in the system after that? e.g. run bcdedit or something?

    Thank you
    1) Delete new MSR, which will be added to last partition 6.88gb, making the partitin 7,00gb.

    2)Make partiton & format.

    3)Make NEW MSR,
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  7. #37


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    Quote Originally Posted by arcturius
    Correct?
    Yes, 1, 2, 3.

    4 is more of a make sure.

    Post a screenshot after.

    MSR should end up as Partition 3.
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  8. #38


    Posts : 40
    Windows 8.1


    I tried several attempts to do what we discussed: after step 3, system creates msr partition again in the 7.0 gb unallocated area. Tried to specify directly the place for MSR:

    DISKPART> create partition msr size=127 offset=1261


    Virtual Disk Service error:
    There is not enough usable space for this operation.

    Seems like I dont know how to create msr partition on the third 128mb unallocated area.
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  9. #39


    Posts : 879
    Windows 10


    create partition msr [size=n] [offset=n]

    size= n : The size of the partition in megabytes (MB). The partition is at least as long in bytes as the number specified by size=n. If no size is given, the partition continues until there is no more free space in the current region.

    offset= n : The byte offset at which to create the partition. The partition starts at the byte offset specified by offset=n. It is sector snapped; that is, the offset is rounded up to completely fill whatever sector size is being used. If no offset is given, then the partition is placed in the first disk extent that is large enough to hold it.
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  10. #40


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    ME, XP,Vista,Win7,Win8,Win8.1


    Quote Originally Posted by arcturius View Post
    I tried several attempts to do what we discussed: after step 3, system creates msr partition again in the 7.0 gb unallocated area. Tried to specify directly the place for MSR:

    DISKPART> create partition msr size=127 offset=1261


    Virtual Disk Service error:
    There is not enough usable space for this operation.

    Seems like I dont know how to create msr partition on the third 128mb unallocated area.

    Screenshots in post 28.
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