I recently upgraded to a new motherboard, and since it no longer supported SCSI, had to remove a disk which contained the boot manager.
To attempt to resolve this, I followed these articles in order to make one of my existing ATA drives bootable.
* Booted into a recovery usb
* Modified, using diskpart, my C: drive to make the primary partition (partition 1) the active partition. Its partition layout looks like this:
Partition 1 Primary 837GB
Partition 0 Extended 93GB
Partition 2 Logical 89 GB
Partition 3 Logical 4093MB
* Ran bcdboot C:\Windows to copy the bcd template into the boot partition for that drive, at least I presume it did that, since it indicated it was successful.
* Ran windows recovery to see if it found anything wrong with things. It did, and offered to solve the problem. The issue involved the boot manager - sadly, I didn't copy down what issue it thought it found. Anyhow, upon restart, I still have a BSOD. The exact error code is: 0x7b (0xFFFFF880009A97E8, 0xFFFFFFFFC0000034, 0x0, 0x0)
Here's a dump from the bcdedit command, if it's useful. I assume that this describes the boot manager for the disk I'm attempting to recover, not that of the usb recovery disk.
Windows Boot Manager
description Windows Boot Manager
resumeobject some guid
Windows Boot Loader
description Windows 7
resumeobject some other guid
Any help would be much appreciated!