I just replaced my hard drive with a SSD. I did a brand new install on the SSD and I received the following error after booting
BOOTMGR image is corrupt. The system cannot boot.
A little configuration for your knowledge. The system used to be a dual boot with XP & Windows 7. After replacing the original startup hard drive with my SSD I changed a setting in the BIOS to AHCI (I have tested changing it back but this did not help). When I look at the stats on the drive in the BIOS, it claims that the SSD is in a raid configuration despite the settings not being configured that way.
Related System Information:
- Intel 320 Series 80 GB SATA II SSD
- JetWay JPA78VM3-H-LF AM2+/AM2 AMD
- 780V HDMI Micro ATX AMD Motherboard
- AMD Athlon 64 X2
- 7 GB RAM
I have performed 2 fresh installs to no avail. Also, followed this guide and performed option 1 and 2. I have done bootsec/fixmbr and /fixboot.
So.. any suggestions?