[SOLVED] Error booting Windows: Grub? Clonezilla? Other?
I'm still having issues when restoring Windows partitions using CloneZilla (XP enters an endless loop with "Autochk - File not found", and Vista doesn't boot ("Err 17 - File not found"; It looks like this is an error reported by Grub, though).
For those of you used to cloning partitions so you can easily restore an OS to perform tests... are there tricks that must be done to save/restore/boot partitions using CloneZilla?
For instance, CloneZilla provides four options that deal with MBR (-g, -t, -j1, -j2). Grub can also perform some kung-fu (such as geometry(), parttype(), etc.). And with XP/Vista/7 being particular with making any change to the configuration due to activation, I wouldn't be surprised if something had to be done prior/after cloning Windows partitions.
Ideally, I'd like to just boot with a CD, restore the image, remove the CD, and expect the OS to start without having to mingle with Grub every time.
Thank you for any help.