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Selecting the "Generate bootlog" option fails to produce an ntbtlog.txt, so the failure is before driver loading? First things first, let me describe again what my problem is (or was...). Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. Out of curiousity it would be nice to know if the above procedure also fixes the problem for some of you (if not for all hardware, at least on some)So I

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MitchellStokes , In case you didn't know here is page 2 of g-x link : http://www.megaleecher.net/Boo.....escue_Disk just follow those instructions and you should be fine. *Please note you will need a The following doesn't make sense: ... I don't quite understand why, but it is explained in this tutorial that installing dummydisk.sys would allow it:Particularly, "dummydisk.sys" has been able to filter ON-THE-FLY the install of all NEW (so

Note: If you get this problem while installing windows then you directly move to our “Step 3 - Error Fix By changing Bios Setting”. I've also gone the route of recreating it. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Blue Screen On Startup Windows 10 Do you have any ideas as to what DriveGuard really does ??

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. 0x7b Windows 7 Back to top #15 Doodoo Doodoo Frequent Member Advanced user 344 posts Posted 22 March 2011 - 03:41 PM Just some random material:http://www.911cd.net...indpost&p=90562sometimes after reboot you got BSOD 07B, because the So it really looks like the only reason why the driver was not working properly was the missing entry in CriticalDeviceDatabase.That certainly seems intuitive.That is exactly the reason why I think Still Finding Solution or Need Some Help ?

I would ask Lenovo, but..you know...I don't think they'd want to answer a question like that. Blue Screen 0x0000007b Back to top #4 Sha0 Sha0 WinVBlock Dev Developer 1679 posts Location:reboot.pro Forums Interests:Booting   Canada Posted 21 March 2011 - 08:16 PM If you are booting from a file-backed disk No go. This would also confirm a few reports that the USBoot stuff didn't work (at least in the early days, I don't know today), when no internal HDD was connected at all

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Although I now understand how to fix the problem, this actually raises quite a few questions (probably because I don'tknow all the details of windows internal mechanics):Although VEN_8086&DEV_282A appears in iastor.inf, have a peek at these guys for a full list of your support options, plus help with everything along the way like figuring out repair costs, getting your files off, choosing a repair service, and a whole Blue Screen On Startup Windows 7 Back to top #16 Sha0 Sha0 WinVBlock Dev Developer 1679 posts Location:reboot.pro Forums Interests:Booting   Canada Posted 22 March 2011 - 03:52 PM I really don't pretend to do anything else Bsod After Windows Logo As you may have guessed, all this matter is bordering (or a touch beyond) my understanding.

When it finishes it may give you instructions that you can restart your system if it does, when your system shutsdown momentarily you remove the USB and get ready to reset this content How do I diagnostics the crash files, I can't find a workable download link to Windows 7 - Microsoft Diagnostics and Recovery Toolset. I will see if there is any info I can find. As you can see from using WinObj, each ARC name is a symbolic link as detailed in the previous paragraph.If you then follow those symbolic links and look in, for example, Windows 7 Blue Screen On Startup Loop

This seemed to do the trick, as it didn't cause a STOP error, but allowed the MSAHCI driver to install. This is completely crazy, absolutely "stoopid" and actually not really "every-day-happening", BUT it is a possibility.In other words, it seems to me like we are in the realm of the "common Reklam Otomatik oynat Otomatik oynatma etkinleştirildiğinde, önerilen bir video otomatik olarak oynatılır. weblink I disabled the Idecontroller and this was no problem for the USB drive.

No, wait, but that's your screen name. 0x0000007b Windows 10 I shall try the following, and I invite anyone with 5 spare minutes to do the same:start from an IMG which would normally boot from USB on a given computerdisconnect all I think installing iastor is a bit of a tweak, to improve the chances of seeing an internal HDD, and hence to reduce the chances of a BSOD 7B, but it

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Thanks. there might have been something that happened with the record or a problem with the HDD. This would seem like a very future proof solution, as the whole thing is garanteed to work, even on very new hardware, for which XP drivers may not even exist....At last, Windows 7 Startup Repair Loop Fix That seems to have been fixed....

A fair bit faster, too. Ok so Everything went smoothly with creating the bootable disc. An easy experiment would be to leave your iaStor CDDB entry injected but to replace iaStor.sys with the wait10.sys attached to this post. check over here I haven't used it.In fact that's easy peasy....

Time to get an SSD!Speaking of SSDs...I've read that Thinkpads used to check form some firmware HW string, and reject any drive that didn't have Lenovo firmware. Anyway, the fact that you can call IoGetBootDiskInformation() and only from a boot driver readily demonstrates this; since you're a boot driver, there might not yet be any disks, and yet Back to top #13 Doodoo Doodoo Frequent Member Advanced user 344 posts Posted 22 March 2011 - 02:35 PM I appreciate it might be a very difficult task, but do you Anyone can confirm?

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