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The store export operation has failed

I"m addressing my boot record via bootrec.exe, the first command goes: C:>bcdedit /export c:BCD_BackupImmediately I receive this error here:

The keep export procedure has failed.

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The asked for device device cannot be discovered.

Likewise, the next command also fails, because bcd file is missing: C:>attrib bcd -s -h -r

Lastly, as soon as trying the following command also, all it returns is "The asked for system gadget cannot be found". C:>bootrec /RebuildBcd

I"m making use of Windows 7 setup image to run. Have Vista installed atm. Has it occurred to you? I"d appreciate some orientation.


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Set drive C: as the energetic partition and also attempt again.


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I just resolved the very same problem. But my scenario was a little bit different:My Windows 7 was not booting because I was trying to set a multi-boot up through Grub.For this reason I had to shrink the Windows partition and also include other 3-4 partitions.

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To fix, I tried via a Windows 7 Recovery Disk, launched from a USB drive.

Everypoint was excellent, the launch from the USB fine, however when I was trying to resolve either the boot record or the BSD that error was popping up.

I then looked up virtual and found that there"s a difficulty via USB and also the Recovery Environment, specifically USB 3.0 slots. I had just USB 3.0 slot. I was screwed.

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I then assumed of EasyBCD, life-saver (now) totally free software. This bit software program allows you to pack and lunch ISO papers from your USB stick BUT many importantly without accessing the disk. It caches the ISO in RAM at the boot.

I then ready my USB stick through Recoexceptionally on and caching, booted from it, removed it best after the caching and voila". The Recovery fixed (without my intervention) the partition, didn"t overcreate the MBR (Grub was safe), saved my life! :-)