Please note this error was blogged by MVP Philip Elder. I found however his workaround for Windows Vista modifying the boot file on the image prior to capturing did not work for Windows 10. His original post can be found here:
Below is an error that you receive after restoring a Windows 10 image with StorageCraft ShadowProtect Recovery Environment on an MBR Disk.
Info: The application or operating system couldn't be loaded because a required file is missing or contains errors.
The Dirty Workaround for MBR Disks with Legacy BIOS
After liaising with StorageCraft support, the only way to get your restored Windows 10 image booting if you have a Legacy BIOS is to restore the MBR disk and partition. This is done by setting up your drive which your recovering to as MBR and restoring the boot sector in the recovery image as shown below.
After you restore the MBR and reboot, you will get the winload.exe error shown above. The dirty work around to fix this works as follows. After your MBR disk restore job finishes, Go to Tools, Boot Configuration Utility. In the Boot Configuration Utility you will see a repair button which will repair the restored image making it bootable.
Only if your computer has a UEFI compatible BIOS (which is most modern computers these days) can you use this method. Before proceeding with the restore, you need to configure the system as UEFI with "Secure Boot" turned off.
I have laid out the steps below for completing a Restore on a GPT disk. First start the restore wizard in Recovery Environment.
Click next at this screen.
As we are not using an MBR type disk, these options are grayed out. Simply click next.