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My ESP Partition is in D drive and not in C drive. How to copy the ESP partition on D drive to C Drive?

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Sometimes when I start the PC windows run into a problem showing that  OS couldn't be loaded due to winload.efi is not found. I moved my SSD and Hard disk of my laptop to desktop PC, thats why i get this problem. I never had this problem when SSD and HDD was in the laptop.This happens mostly when I try to wake from a hibernate.

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41 minutes ago, C2dan88 said:

You can create a new EFI partition on your SSD (c drive I assume) then delete the efi partition on d drive see this post for instructions

https://www.tenforums.com/installation-upgrade/52837-moving-recreating-efi-partition.html#post698505

 

As i already have access to the windows , can you please check this small video and tell if this method will work ?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OezMMA2gqwA

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No, that just creates an empty efi partition. It does not add the efi bootloader to the partition which I linked to.

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14 hours ago, C2dan88 said:

No, that just creates an empty efi partition. It does not add the efi bootloader to the partition which I linked to.

Do i lose anyting on that drive?

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