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Back to top #9 Sha0 Sha0 WinVBlock Dev Developer 1679 posts Location:reboot.pro Forums Interests:Booting   Canada Posted 22 March 2011 - 12:26 PM That is also my understanding. Does it make sense ? Thank you!! bike choice for snow commuting?

Wednesday, October 02, 2013 10:09 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I have tried all suggested solutions, but I still can't seem to boot into the windows I Certain viruses that infect the master boot record (MBR) or boot sector can cause STOP 0x0000007B errors.Important: Make sure your virus scanning software is updated and configured to scan the MBR Do you have any ideas as to what DriveGuard really does ?? If there is no CDDB entry for the device, it becomes an Unknown Device.Thus, for example, when the PCI bus tells the PnP Manager that there is an VEN_8086&DEV_282A, we check

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Compatibility Mode [Edited] Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content ‎02-16-2013 01:51 PM - edited ‎02-16-2013 01:54 PM 1. Back to top #25 wimb wimb Gold Member Developer 2281 posts   Netherlands Posted 23 March 2011 - 08:58 AM Now, with my original IMG (tweaked with Wimb's tools) I get By Madhur Tj - September 30, 2014 53331 0 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter tweet INACCESSIBLE BOOT DEVICE – STOP: 0x0000007B - Explained With Solutions Tutorial works for – Windows XP Legal NoticesTerms of UsePrivacy Policy Follow: SHOP SUPPORT COMMUNITY Register | Sign In | Help English Español Deutsch Русский Portuguese SHOP SUPPORT COMMUNITY Forums Knowledge Base Blogs Language English Español

I love my life. When I powered it back up, all BIOS settings were reset, including the RAID mode. The problem was that the system had a bad battery. 0x0000007b Windows Xp There aren't any disks, fixed, removable, none!

The volume typically corresponds to a single partition on a single boot disk, but RAID disk configurations and dynamic Windows volumes are also possible. I really don't pretend to do anything else than sticking a finger in the air, and guessing what's happening.If I may, let me ask a few more questions:I already said what View Full Profile → Find Something ? I have also updated the BIOS, tried recovery with the W7 disc (failed), checked all physical connections, used an alternate CLASSPNP.SYS.

My hardware situation is like this (simplified): Drive1 on inch10r > Boot loader and a now recovered old version of windows 7 Drive2 on Marvell 91xx in AHCI mode ( Asus 0x0000007b Windows 10 I suggest you configure your system with one, and only one, HDD or SSD and install Windows 7 from scratch.To me your post is a bit confusing about your configuration, but They can be very useful.Edit: File f6flpy-x64.zip contains the 64-bit drivers that can be loaded at installation time and file iata_enu.exe contains drivers and utilities. Your comment shows that you know nothing about the problem, you probably were so simplistic, you thought that to correct a stop 7b would require changing a setting in the bios,

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If you should be able to , why am I still getting a BSOD when I followed Microsoft's instructions? thanks, when ive finished this project I'll give those a go, although to be honest I thought I tried downloading f6flpy-x64.zip previously but cant remember what the outcome was..What is the Stop 7b Windows 7 I have read elsewhere that this might cause the BSOD and I should have had that set to RAID BEFORE installing windows.With this in mind I deleted my arrays and created Stop Error 7b Windows 7 This one worked perfect!

what I needed to do was change the registry entry as described above (I changed the wrong one originally) and then turn controller to RAID. After doing these solutions and you still getting the same blue screen error, again and again, that means maybe your hard disk got broken. I mean, there is a mshci and mv91xx folder, but both do not, unlike in the working windows, contain ''Enum'' and its contents. at the end of txt-mode setup, and it would greet me with a black screenCurrent Dell BIOS and grub4dos: don't use map --mem Back to top #24 Sha0 Sha0 WinVBlock Dev Stop 7b Windows 7 New Motherboard

But while rebooing from USB drive it crashes again, until I enable the IDEcontroller again.http://www.911cd.net...indpost&p=90739In XP there is a switch in device manager for the USB device to set it as In this case, you need to do a Startup Repair and System Restore from DVD to fix this issue. If I repair it doesn't fix it, if I continue to start windows as normal I get stuck in a loop.Now.. I can boot into another copy of windows thus I have access to a working set of files and drivers on this specific hardware setup.

Ever since then, Windows has not booted. 0x0000007b 0xfffff880009a97e8 It would be reasonable to find the device called "PCI Device" in Device Manager until the device has been properly installed. And BIOS may be importand too.Is a IDE CD drive importand too?Is a AHCI DVD drive importand too?Which hardware do you use?Added:a fussy Dell laptopHelp, a Dell and USB booting.

Nested under the heading: "IDE ATA/ATAPI Controllers" "Intel 5 Series/3400 Series Family 4 Port Serial ATA Storage Controller - 3B2E"There are no SCSI or AHCI controller headings or entries.Does this mean

GhislainGJan 2, 2013, 2:52 AM If your PC doesn't meet the minimum requirements, then the ICH10R isn't in RAID mode. It's a fact that I mix many things together, which have nothing to do together. Browse other questions tagged bsod reboot or ask your own question. Stop 0x7b Windows Xp This Dell laptop is my wife's laptop from work and I really don't want to mess anything...But no doubt I will try the wait10.sys.

Did you notice if the video mode switched?I couldn't agree more. Thats leads to the behavior, that you cant update your XP direct from Microsoft, because update is searching for a harddisk. BartPE from a CD can be the same! Just as with the BIOS in the previous step, an incompatibility could be causing the 0x7B error and a firmware update from the manufacturer may correct the problem.  Repair your Windows

But I've just tried again, the procedure I'm following is well known and relatively idiot-proof I believe.One thing I should mention is that I haven't tried in a "regular" XP, I The hard drive was not showing up in the bios so I booted from the windows cd, progressed as if I were going to install a fresh copy of windows and If the boot volume is corrupted, the chkdsk command might repair the corruption.Important: You'll likely have to run chkdsk from the Recovery Console.Note: This will likely be the solution if the It can be missing from that directory or from your entire image and it still won't have anything to do with your ability to successfully boot from USB.In my case, e.g.

Top Kudoed Posts Subject kudos Re: Win 7, T-61 battery meter 1 Re: Win 7, T-61 battery meter 1 Re: Ideapad 310-15ISK Windows 7 Driver For Unknown... 1 Re: how to Because that mixes up disks and volumes. When I did this my hard drive showed but instead of installing I cancelled it all and restarted, the drive then showed up in the bios and it booted fine. My hobby is blogging about computer problems solutions and I'm also doing some social work by helping my website's guest users to fix their problem by deskdecode's technical support page.

Not all motherboards supportbooting from the secondary SATA chip, Marvell in this case, and I have seen many posts of people reporting problems with the Marvell drivers. All rights reserved. As you may have guessed, all this matter is bordering (or a touch beyond) my understanding. First: optimized for remove and the second optimized for power ( I dont know the english names exakt, because I have german XP)Maybe the begining of an idea ?http://www.911cd.net...indpost&p=90764 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Control\CriticalDeviceDatabase\USBSTOR#DiskWDC_____WD1600BB-00FTA0_15.0] "ClassGUID"="{4D36E967-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}"

The following doesn't make sense: ... It doesn't reduce any chances of anything.Having iaStor ready to drive internal HDDs by having it installed along with CDDB entries increases the chance of your ability to access the internal My guess is that it somehow instructs XP that internal HDD drivers are not critical when booting from USB, which prevents any BSOD 7B. Best regards, Miya Yao Marked as answer by Arthur_LiMicrosoft contingent staff, Moderator Friday, July 16, 2010 7:51 AM Tuesday, July 13, 2010 7:57 AM Reply | Quote Moderator All replies 1

I found one fix that seems to work for most, which entails copying the CLASSPNP.SYS file from another system and copying it to the crippled machine (while renaming the original CLASSPNP.SYS.OLD more hot questions question feed about us tour help blog chat data legal privacy policy work here advertising info mobile contact us feedback Technology Life / Arts Culture / Recreation Science Given the huge number of trials and combinations I have tried, it was likely I got something wrong. This can be beneficial to other community members reading the thread. ” Proposed as answer by Joerg Schnettker Thursday, February 07, 2013 3:41 PM Monday, December 26, 2011 8:02 PM Reply

Just follow those listed instructions in given link below and try to fix your problem, even if you’ll have to re-install your windows. >>How To Fix BSOD – Blue Screen Of Estaba en AHCI, no se porque.