I am running Windows 7 and my C drive had very little space left on it. I used Easus Partition Manager to extend my E drive. I of course took a backup of my E Drive. However, after performing the operations and attempting to reboot the computer, it would open onto a black screen with the mouse pointer on it. I waited for 5 minutes and no change, I could only assume it had hung. I can boot it in safe mode with no issue. How do I boot normally?
To repair booting windows, follow these steps
you can simply type in the following command:
You can also write a new boot sector onto the system partition with this command (which is often more useful):
Also you can using the Automated Startup Repair, just use the Startup Repair option from the Recovery menu .
see this page for screenshots ...
Building on MYamanT's comment, you should try bootrec /REBUILDBCD, if that doesn't work, you can use BCDEdit to look for errors in your BCD store.