Windows 2000 dynamic drive corrupted after being installed as secondary in XP



A dynamic bootable drive was taken out of a working Windows 2000 computer
and put as a secondary in an XP system where it was originally seen as
Foreign media. Import data was performed, which allowed to see all the data
on the drive and back it up. When this drive was put back into the original
box, the box would not boot anymore. The boot process starts normally with
the Windows splash screen , but ends with BSOD STOP Error 0x7B Inaccessible
Boot Device.

Any ideas on what happened and how this can be fixed will be appreciated.


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