I have a Windows 2012 server which died on me a week ago. There is a full description of what's gone wrong here.
It seemed I'd finally found a solution here. I have moved to USB2.0 to eliminate that possibility and was going through the solution posted by the OP on that superuser question. However, as noted in the comments on his solution, it's not possible to use the
/store parameters together. Strangely, someone in the comments suggested they have edited the question to fix this, but as noted by others, it doesn't seem they have.
Same as the OP on the question above, I have been trying to use this tutorial, but when I try to run the command
bcdedit.exe /import c:\boot\bcd.temp I get a message that the decide cannot be found. As I am new to superuser I can't comment on the original post.
Does anyone know the answer here? The commentor Nathan Brown says "The solution is to not create a temporary store and import but just create and work on the actual store using the /store flag for all commands." But it's not clear what this means or involves.