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Instead it uses the unique Disk Signature in the MBR of a hard drive and the partition offset (starting sector) of a partition.

Apparently while resizing the disk you have destroyed an element that is used for the NTLDR boot process but is not used by Bootmgr.

NTLDR uses the file to locate hard drives and partitions.

It consults the computer's firmware (BIOS) to find out which hard drive is considered to be drive zero, then looks at the partition table on that drive to find out which partition is number one.

As such, the host can error-correct problems that the guest cannot.

You can check to see if there is an updated version of the tool or use a boot disk like Clone Zilla (or find a copy of PTEdit) to run in the VM and examine the “disk” from within the host.

In addition, bootsect updates the volume boot code, not the master boot code.

Even an old copy of Norton Disk Editor doesn’t complain about that disk.

The fact is that there are a lot little things that can go wrong, or worse, that can “go wrong” yet still be incorrect (i.e., an incorrect value could show no symptoms). ) As others have pointed out, the error you are getting is usually a BIOS error as opposed to an OS error. My hypothesis is that you resized it , and the BIOS is reading the partition table and trying to read beyond the disk (to non-existent sectors) because the size of the disk was not properly updated.

Sometimes defragmenting a disk with this error makes it bootable.

[EDIT] According to your added info, you have drastically reduced the VHD from 127GB to 1.5GB, so there might not be enough space for the pagefile.

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