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Also can clone and its free. There should always be a CDDB entry which associates GenDisk devices with the disk service. If a device is found and has already been properly installed, then the associated driver is requested to drive the device. i ll see . http://helpsbs.com/bartpe-blue/bartpe-blue-screen-8e.html

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 You should now have an iso file in C:\UBCD4WIN\UBCD4WinBuilder.iso and also a C:\UBCD4WIN\BartPE folder, which should have the following contents (or similar) autorun.inf BCDW BOOTSECT.BIN dban-Grub4dos.ini I386 images isolinux menu.lst PROGRAMS But hopefully that will shed some light on a few things and will help understand what is really going on. Only two (2) files are required, namely iastor.inf and iastor.sys. https://securityvibe.net/2009/07/21/bartpe-or-other-bootable-distro-gives-blue-screen-0x0000007b/

Start from the USB disk- 7B, replace ntdetect.com - OK.Just another silly BIOS.The interesting part was that 7B usually means inaccessible _BOOT_ device, and the USB disk was not such.Similar issue- The configs and such I can... Hitting "update driver" would (surprisingly for me) ask to locate "iastor.sys", which is, as expected, found in system32/drivers. To learn more and to read the lawsuit, click here.

See Part 3 below for details. I need to add those both to my BartPE or something... from a USB drive111 - How to semi-automate Windows driver installation112 - Virus/RootKit/Ransomware Removal and CleanUp113 - How to use Easy2Boot with FlashBoot (for that odd system that won't boot properly)114 disregard my pm reply.

Same goes for BARTPE. So I decided to create my own AHCI plugin. BLEEPINGCOMPUTER NEEDS YOUR HELP! File disk approach is less likely.

So it really looks like the only reason why the driver was not working properly was the missing entry in CriticalDeviceDatabase.Something else I've seen are different versions of iaStor being capable Please turn JavaScript back on and reload this page. I have tried to load firadisk and its not working still I must be doing something wrong. I can't send you the ISO as it's official sensitive information and I would be fired and sued...

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A 1GB+ USB drive (PART3 only) firadisk.gz from Beta Downloads section of this website (PART3 only) 7Zip to compress an iso to a .gz file (optional) Note: It is assumed that The first in a list of funny things when no internal HDD is recognisedhttp://www.911cd.net...indpost&p=90588I succeed also to boot XP SP1 from USB harddisk with my Siemens D1607 motherboard with Athlon 3200-64.But Edit menu.lst.

FIXES: 2a: Try changing the BIOS Menu Hard Disk access mode from 'Enhanced - AHCI' to 'Legacy' or 'Compatible' (mainly a fix for non-USB drive booting though!) 2b: Add mass storage check over here YMMV. A normal USB device installation will "break" things, since certain USB drivers will be reset to non-boot-start drivers by Microsoft's .INF files.

This is exactly what UsbBootWatcher does, doesn't it ? oh and i dont need money I have a working bartpe from a corporation, if I write it to a USB/CDR I have no problems booting directly from it.

Windows 7/8/8.1 ISOs)Downloads (1)SitemapTutorials, How To's and Guides (130)Useful Articles (8)Reboot.pro TutorialsSiteMap132 - Automate Windows 7/8/8.1 installs using an AutoUnattend.xml fileFake Flash TestEasy2BootVideosWin8ToGoWindows restore partitionGetWAIKToolsGet Windows ISOsDonateWin7ToGoWinXPToGoRemove VirusesBlogRMPrepUSB - Home PageContact i ll correct it and send back to you. All it does is wait 10 seconds. http://helpsbs.com/bartpe-blue/bartpe-blue-screen.html You might observe disk drives to be {4D36E967-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318} and storage volumes to be {71A27CDD-812A-11D0-BEC7-08002BE2092F}.Now, with my original IMG (tweaked with Wimb's tools) I get a BSOD 7B on the Dell laptop.

It used videX32.sys.Added at the bottom a few IDs as reported by Device manager.=========== PCI Devices =========== PCI\VEN_1106&DEV_0571&SUBSYS_80A11043&REV_06\2&EBB567F&0&89 : VIA Bus Master IDE Controller - 0571 PCI\VEN_1106&DEV_3038&SUBSYS_80A11043&REV_80\2&EBB567F&0&80 : VIA Rev 5 try with Dietmer's modded NTDETECT.COM as well http://www.911cd.net...showtopic=24097 I'll see if I can do that modded NTDETECT.COM approach. Read again cdob's messageAssumption:Windows dosn't detect a single fixed hard disk at boot.Well, this can't be true, something has to be broken, let's call a stop to avoid further damage.Again, that's

These are my current UEFI settings and the results of some of my boot attempts.

http://www.911cd.net...ndpost&p=162216Bolded parts are valid then. Please see this post.) Also available is the MBR signature for the disk with the system volume (NTLDR, NTDETECT.COM, BOOT.INI, NTBOOTDD.SYS).Post-kernel:Boot drivers are initialized. That CD image also fails on this Lenovo machine with the same blue screen error.Message was edited by: Odgeuk on 31/03/11 04:52:50 CDT 3702Views Tags: none (add) This content has been I've spent so much time on it, I would have commited suicide if I hadn't cracked it.2.

That was really strange, given that everything related to iastor.sys is supposed to be taken care of in Wimb's package (and in exactly the same way as is found in many oh and i dont need money Back to top #4 Nonominator Nonominator Newbie Members 10 posts   United States Posted 17 September 2011 - 07:28 PM open your bartpe iso with 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, weblink Even I, now understand why this doesn't make sense.

Tuirned out it was because no SATA drivers were in my BARTPE build.