The recovery looks okay, but it shows BSOD with Stop error 0x0000007b on boot. HyperV) VMs. Select Command Prompt. Valeriy & Jeff... get redirected here
After day n half banging my head on p2v windows 2003 conversion, your solution worked. I hope this solution points others in the right direction. it displays a 'Windows failed to start screen' (attached). If you want to publicise this information feel free (any credit to MailStane and/or meI'm surewould be muchappreciated)- it affects anyone in a Server 2008 R2/Win 7 DR scenario where the https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2507616
Does not require access to a working Windows installation. –Ramhound Nov 14 '14 at 15:41 add a comment| 1 Answer 1 active oldest votes up vote 1 down vote accepted Not I'd also like to add, Server 2008 had no issues like this, in all of the cases above I've also tested 2008's BMR and as long as the destination disks are I am currently running Windows 7 on a Bootcamp partition, and I'd like to be able to use it on my Mac partition.
regards Exar Kun Tuesday, October 19, 2010 3:28 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hello, It's not guaranteed the the OS will boot after it's been In other words, MS just lost a customer to 3rd party vendors - this is far too important to rely on something that breaks with the next version of Windows, while If in doubt, turn on all possible required services e.g. Bsod 0x0000007b Load the system hive from the VM's disk: Highlight HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE File > Load Hive Select < c: > \Windows\System32\config\system (name it something like "asdf") Expand HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\asdf\ControlSet1\Services\intelide Change the data for value
As I've done many times in the past with XP, I'll just P2V my Win7 laptop and run it in VMWare Player (3.0 RC, so I can get Aero). 0x0000007b Hyper-v i've tried bcdedit before and after reboot, all your stuffabove but nothing, same error as before.maybe i should load new harddiskdriversbefore rebooting the system, i will give an answer on this Incoming Links vmware Converter failing to configure VM. Upgraded to Windows 10 on a new disk and wanted to convert my old disk to a VM.
Just logged in to say thanks!! 0x0000007b Windows 7 Feb 23, 2012 11:44 PM (in response to citpaj) As to your suggestion about verifying the controller, and then using vSphere Converter, are you suggesting I point the converter at the I.e. What was possible in NT 4.0 isn't relevant 2 decades later.
Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions 8. https://www.storagecraft.com/support/kb/article/79 Recovery won’t inject the drivers. Server 2008 0x0000007b I setup VM on ESX4 because we don't have extra same hardware and recover from WindowsServerBackup image. P2v Migration Issues With Hyper-v: Stop: 0x0000007b rrnworks Members Profile Send Private Message Find Members Posts Add to Buddy List Newbie Joined: 16 October 2009 Status: Offline Points: 6 Post Options Post Reply Quoterrnworks Report Post Thanks(0)
Status: 0xc000000e” Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions 13. http://easywebvideosoftware.com/7b-windows/bsod-07b-windows-xp.php THANK YOU!! 8/28/2015 12:09 AM Mandrake said... I think the CurrentControlSet changes that are merged get pulled into one of the Hardware Profiles on reboot....without it, I was still getting the 7B on startup.Since my machine did not Removed AtiPcie.sys and atikmdag.sys Didn't seem to do anything. Stop 0x0000007b Vmware
I've pinpointed the issue down to definitely being the change in storage controller, and ironically appears to be the opposite of the above - when I added an Adaptec card to I followed the link Andrew provided and read through that thread, then I made sure my settings matched these:Aliide = 3Amdide =3Atapi = 0Cmdide = 3iaStorV = 3intelide = 0msahci = My way to get things working: Mounted VHD on a server and loaded the System Hive.Browsed to ControlSet001/service and changed the following Start values: intelide - changed from 3 to 0 http://easywebvideosoftware.com/7b-windows/blue-screen-7b-windows-2008.php Would anyone agree, or have any suggestions on how to remove/unloadthe drivers, or force Windows to re-detect the storage controller (or fall back to the standard SATA/SAS one)?
Or if restoring to a physical machine with native HDD controller then ensure msahci>Start = 0 and pciide>Start = 0; intelide>Start = 3 and LSI_SAS>Start = 3 Highlight Restored_HKLM and then I just finished testing a restore of a Server 2008 64x installation on an HP server (chose a DC to really test it) to a VM on the same host as But it would be nice if a purpose built tool was included with disk2vhd that did the same thing.
Chris Wednesday, August 18, 2010 1:41 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Is anyone able to help? Awesome. If the controller and the driver injected into an image don’t match, of course we will need to obtain the correct drivers and inject them into the image; I won’t go or my week :)Thanks a lot 5/16/2016 6:51 AM Anonymous said...
Sysprep allows you to migrate an installation on a HDD or create an image to apply to multiple HDDs when booted allows Windows to reconfigure itself for the new hardware. This comment has been removed by the author. 1/21/2014 5:12 PM Anonymous said... Thanks, Chris Sunday, April 24, 2011 2:27 PM Reply | Quote 4 Sign in to vote I solved problem. this page Found that Windows 8 has changed the AHCI driver from msahci to storahci, so this might save you some time if you encounter the same thing with Win 8 or Server
It won't be intelide. 7/28/2011 8:04 AM Matt said... Richard S.Edited by redhawk - 16 October 2009 at 1:18pm root333 Members Profile Send Private Message Find Members Posts Add to Buddy List Newbie Joined: 24 October 2009 Location: Russia, Moscow Vikas,thank you for at least giving us a look in when the rest of Microsoft refused. Detached the VDI image from the Current controller and attached it to the IDE controller that the CD/DVD device was attached to.
Recovery console: bootrec /fixmbr, bootrec /fixboot, bootsect /nt60 all Same as above, except now the list of drivers loaded during startup is replaced by a Windows logo and a loading bar. Booted into recovery environment andchecked values in the "MountedDevices" key of the same loaded SYSTEM hive. IF this does not work, and you are using virtual box, simply edit the settings and remove the virtual drive from the sata controller and add it to the ide controller. is typically D:.
Re: Windows 2008 R2 Server Stop Error 7B After Bare-Metal Restore to VM. I actually had two problems: First, the image came out with a corrupted boot loader (I was able to fix this one using ISO Server 2008 Disk, repair mode, cmd line, Only one problem. However there is one catch.
Is there any point to changing it back to '3' and then resetting to '0'?2. All have failed so far.As to your suggestion about verifying the controller, and then using vSphere Converter, are you suggesting I point the converter at the 'broken' VMDK and use a That may change if this is resolved, as the rest of the hardware changes haven't mattered during my testing, it's just this one sticking point.