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Topic Options Subscribe to RSS Feed Mark Topic as New Mark Topic as Read Float this Topic for Current User Bookmark Subscribe Printer Friendly Page I never use automatic anything - stay in cotrol! Perhaps the sequence for Win7 Pro 64 bit with 750 GB Seagate Momentus HDDs is (1) restore OS from OEM partition (2) install Intel Rapid Storage Tech (3) install SP1. But it still says Windows 7 Activation was Successful. his comment is here

My Intel Core 2 system wouldn't take the RST driver so I tried what Zach does in his 4th paragraph and my post-clone of Windows 7 system Drive problems with Windows Update 2012.10.15 That Intel link target keeps changing.  Try going to Intel.com and searching on "rapid storage technology".  Pick the latest result that matches your operating system.  Then download the iata_enu.exe you need the executable programs that install them. I have tried cloning with the 750 GB HDD in position it would be running in, or in an external HDD, always the same error message.

Windows Update Not Working After Cloning Hard Drive

Thursday, February 11, 2016 1:50 AM Reply | Quote Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of the Technet Web site. Contact Crucial Customer ServiceRemember to regularly backup your important data! 0 Kudos Reply frank325 Kilobyte Kid Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a I searched Microsoft's site for information and found these pages which may apply to this problem: An update that improves the compatibility of Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 with

Unfortunately what I got was the same behavior that I had the first time, which leads me to the assumption that the Crucial drivers have something to do with this.Has anyone I installed Win 7 SP1 and other updates and tried the clone again, again using the automatic setting, and it worked, even with the resized partitions. Memory and Storage May 28, 2009 razel Golden Member Joined: May 14, 2002 Messages: 1,851 Likes Received: 6 Try the following. Worth a try, everyone!

Sorry about that. Ahci Driver Windows Update works like a charm. Thanks Reply Jake N says: 2015/06/18 at 5:22 pm I don't know if this is still open or not. I just downloaded a Crucial firmware update and will see if that helps but I suspect my recently purchased SSD is already at that level.

However, the Win 7 recovery partition started at 13.11 GB and expanded to 26.3 GB. Fix Windows file Now exit dispart using "exit" type "cd /d b:\EFI\Microsoft\Boot" type "bootrec /fixboot" Rename the BCD file, type "ren BCD BCD.bak" Recreate the BCD file, type "bcdboot c:\Windows /l Seems I couldn't find one that works for me. but you won't like it.

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Good Karma to you! There is miles of discussion all over the Internet on this topic, but this was the only one with the correct fix. Windows Update Not Working After Cloning Hard Drive Yes, on the taskbar you will have an additonal icon of the Intel Rapid Storage Technology control which seems like a fair trade to using the more up to date AF Intel Rapid Storage Driver FWIW, when I cloned the disk, I used the "Automatic" setting, which expanded drive D:, the recovery partition proportionally, along with drive C:, the data partition.

I just un-installed the device (under IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers in Device Manager) and Windows restarted, installed Standard AHCI Serial ATA controller automatically, and fixed my problem per your solution. http://themenage.com/windows-update/windows-update-cannot-find-aaa-systemsettings-update-actio.html Thank you very much - T400, W7 - 64 Problem start after install a Lenovo drivers from System Update .I didn't know what's going on - Windows Update not work and I’ll report later how that works out. I went back to the original drive to confirm that Windows Update worked, and it did. Intel Rapid Storage Technology

The discs created a new image instead of installing Windows 7 the normal way. I then restored Win 7 HP 64-bit using the Lenovo restore DVD’s (factory install) which was not SP1. If this Linux util will do that, it will be a plus. weblink It worked for me as well!

But for now yeah reinstalling sounds like the best option Ask a new question Read More SSD Storage Windows Update Hard Drives Related Resources solved Clean Install Windows 8.1 in SSD Best regards and I owe you a beer :-) Monday, March 31, 2014 7:33 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Thank you so much. I suggested to Seagate's tech that they should include more info about that in the manual for their version of True Image because it added over 13 GB of usable data

FYI I applied the solution to an HP Elite e9290f Desktop with after installing a new 1tb hard drive to replace the original after four years service. (It was still working,

I suspect the original failure with Windows Update was fixed when I updated to SP1 before redoing the clone. Make sure ‘Windows Update' service is stopped, if not right click to stop it, or look for option to stop it at top left of window 4.Go to C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution and delete Grazie! It really hacks me off that this problem is so poorly supported by Microsoft and I've ended up getting the answer through sheer perseverance and the patience of many forum contributors,

Services were reported as running but update wouldn't work…and none of the recommended fixes to update did anything. There is yet another twist to my story. From my previous experiences I hate to touch it, because eventually I always find something not working how I would suppose it should or I spend hours finding the right workaround, check over here I followed the instructions to the letter, and all drivers installed except ATA Channel 5 failed.