I have a legacy situation… Windows 7 installation running on a 2009 MacBook Core 2 Duo.
The MacBook runs 10.6 so I purchased Winclone and downloaded to legacy v3.
I was able to create an image in good order. But… I am trying to restore the image to an identical 2009 MacBook Core 2 Duo. I am restoring to a FAT partition using FireWire Target disk mode from the first MacBook.
The image seems to restore OK to MacBook2 but when I try to boot I get error:
info: the boot selection failed because a required device is inaccessible
From some posts here it seems like I may need to run SYSPREP on the original installation, then create a new image. However I don’t want to mess with that original installation until I’m sure I can re-image it.
Please can someone confirm that SYSPREP is the best/only option open for this problem.