EasyBCD has a problem with new disc

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I bought a bigger SSD. Partitioned it like the original one.
Filled all partitons - one by one - with Norton Ghost. Then booted.
It didn't.
So I repaired Windows 7 with the Windows Repair Disc.
It then seemed that EasyBCD 2.2 did not reflect Windows Boot Manager. So I installed EasyBCD 2.0.
I adjusted three entries to drive F:\ (instead of none), for DOS (Win98), Linux and Windows XP.
I copied Ang0 and Ang2, that I appearently missed out the first time, from the original disc.

Boot Manager (EasyBCD 2.0):
There are a total of 4 entries listed in the bootloader.
Default: Windows 7 Ultimate (recovered)
Timeout: 5 seconds
Boot Drive: F:\
Entry #1
Name: DOS
BCD ID: {e5218312-2753-11e1-9f88-c2764ccc6182}
Drive: F:\
Bootloader Path: \NST\AutoNeoGrub0.mbr
Entry #2
Name: Linux
BCD ID: {a81a8ff8-2a90-11e2-a5a4-e840f2063130}
Drive: F:\
Bootloader Path: \NST\AutoNeoGrub2.mbr
Entry #3
Name: Windows XP
BCD ID: {e5218317-2753-11e1-9f88-c2764ccc6182}
Drive: F:\
Bootloader Path: \NST\ntldr
Entry #4
Name: Windows 7 Ultimate (recovered)
BCD ID: {current}
Drive: C:\
Bootloader Path: \Windows\system32\winload.exe

Resulting in:
DOS
Initialize variable space ...
Starting cmain() ... (hd0,0)
(hd0,0)
Will boot MS_DOS 7.x from drive=0x0, partition=0x0 (hidden sectors-0x800)
Sector not-found reading drive C
Abort, retry, ignore, fail?
LINUX
Initialize variable space ...
Starting cmain() ... (hd0,1)
[Multiboot-kludge, loadaddr=0x100000, text-and-data=0x5d74, bss=0x0, entry10027c
Welcome to GRUB!
error: unknown filesystem.
Entering rescue mode ...
grub rescue> (prompt)
XP
(starting XP screen)
Windows XP screen (no user icon)
Win7
OK

Any idea what's happening?
It appears that I can't just copy from one disc to another.
There must be a work-around, isn't there?
Btw, I hate reinstalling.

Regards,

allard
 
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