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Drive cloning issues using Macrium Reflect

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System Name Oswald
Processor i7-9700K
Motherboard MSI Z370-A PRO
Cooling be quiet! Pure Rock 2
Memory 16GB Patriot DDR4-3200
Video Card(s) Sapphire RX 470 8GB
Storage Samsung SM961 256GB, Toshiba DT01ACA200
Display(s) Sharp 46" TV
Case Antec Sonata SOLO
Power Supply Seasonic SSR-450RM
Mouse Logitech M185
Keyboard Some wireless Microsoft thing with a trackpad
Software Windows 10 Home
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I've been working on getting my backup routine back into shape, and have been using MR since the ol' Backup and Restore (Windows 7) tool gets crankier with W10 by the day. Anyway, I'm taking the opportunity to move some boot drives around. Everything went reasonably well, except for one machine.

The installation in question is currently a RAID-0 across two 120GB SSDs. I'm trying to migrate it onto a 256GB SM961. The image operation will complete successfully, but Windows will bluescreen at boot and complain about missing \system32\divers\spaceport.sys. I can install a fresh copy to the SM961 with no issues. I thought that maybe since the image was first made without the 961 installed, that the driver hadn't been loaded. So I made a new image after making sure spaceport.sys was in \sytem32\drivers like the bluescreen message wanted. No dice. At this point, rebuilding from a fresh install probably would have been faster, but now it's a matter of principle, dammit. Any suggestions?
 

Superzuber

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Maybe a longshot but lately we had issues to run offline cloned OS. Since we started cloning it from the running OS (we are using mainly Easeus backup) we were able to boot from these cloned drives.
 
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