> To upgrade internal hard disk, I copy all partitions including boot recovery partition.
Do you mean you created a Macrium Reflect Image containing these partitions? And did you save the Image to an external hard drive or other drive?
> Then I made a BartPE cdrom, but BertPE crush at start due to 64-bit?
If you have a Bart PE rescue CD, it will not use your operating system it uses its own cut down operating system to boot; so 64 or 32 bit is irrelevant. If you are creating a Bart PE CD it has to be created on 32 bit XP operating system.
Bart PE is not compatible with all hardware. Windows PE is better as it contains a broader range of drivers and you can add additional drivers if needed.
> How can I adjust boot sector of new hard disk? Windows rescue DVD?
MBR will be restored when you restore an Image.
Hope this helps
Edited by - et_and_family on August 03 2011 17:03:10
In addition to et's response, BartPE is not compatible with 64 bit Windows. It uses system files from your OS and cannot operate with 64 bit files. It's also a third party application and not supported by us.
Please use the Windows PE rescue CD provided with Reflect.
Can you also explain what you mean by 'adjust boot sector'?