Winclone 9 restore not bootable

I want to move my Window 10 Pro from a 1T external SSD to a 2T external SSD, I make a drive image and restore it to my new external SSD (EFI and inject bootcamp drivers). I have my error “Inaccessible Boot Device” and ask me to reboot but same error. I can boot to safe mode. Did I do something wrong.

PS I am on Big Sur and using Winclone 9

Thanks in advance

Try booting to safe mode and making these registry changes:


Hi Tim,

remember, I had the same problem: Transfer from Windows 10 from a 2 TB SSD to a 4 TB SSD. Now I formated the 4 TB SSD in Mac OS (10.15.7) to Fat32 and GUID.
With Winclone 9 I restored an image of the Bootcamp-SSD (before saved set to “out of the Box” in Windows 10, did not restart).
The restoring process ended successfully, but I was not able to inject any probably needed drivers to the new 4 TB SSD. As I downloaded the Boot Camp drivers, I got not the ones, as seen in the video.
If I try to start from the new 4 TB SSD I got this display:

Now I better should not try to repair this by a Windows 10 Install disk or a Windows based helper tool.
Also the Windows 10 Installer disk does not serve an repair option, rather just starts the Win setup.

That’s what I got, if I downloaded the Boot Camp drivers out of Boot Camp 6.1:

How can I get and inject the right drivers for my system/my cloned 4 TB SSD?
Mac Pro (Mid 2010), Mac OS 10.15.7
2 x 3,46 GHz 6-Core Intel Xeon, 64 GB RAM
GPU AMD Radeon VII 16 GB

After all the new 4 TB SSD is recognized as Windows 10 system!
Thanks for any helpful answer.

You can inject drivers using this method: