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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, Consider BartPE booted via SMB. It might capture every disk's MBR signature, but I haven't tested for that. dummydisk.sys is only meant to make removeable devices seen as fixed. http://helpsbs.com/bartpe-blue/bartpe-blue-screen-8e.html

Everything went well the the point where "Windows is starting" at the end of txt-mode setup, and it would greet me with a black screen and stop. 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. Thomas Faddegon @Edwin, You can do it manually: http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/112630-0x0000007b-blue-screen-error-during-text-setup/page__p__738009#entry738009 Post navigation Previous Previous post: Nagios: exclude specific servicesNext Next post: [linux] Backup a folder Search Search for: Search Buy me a If you are not booting from the internal HDD, you do not need the driver for the storage adapter for the internal HDD, as the following tried to explain:If you are

Likely you will see: RAID, AHCPI, IDE, or Compatible inplace of IDE. REM set SourcePath="..\BartPE" 4. set SourceCD=G: where G: the cd-rom drive is with the BartPE CD 5. 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

Hence the BSOD 7B when drivers for the internal HDD are not installed, although the internal HDD is not critical at all in this scenario (boot from USB). For a little while, I have been using wimb's latest tools to create universal XP image, and then boot them from a USB flash disk. Because that mixes up disks and volumes. Please do not post problem of other software here.

I don't remember to have seen the screen flicker at all, but on a LCD display it's not as obvious as on good old CRT.Well maybe we can figure out what's I see this every day.In my case, e.g. It worked great!!! look at this site Last edited by ilko (2008-06-03 11:13:06) 3 Reply by OverFlow 2008-06-03 16:58:18 OverFlow DriverPacks Administrator & BASE Developer Offline From: Cincinnati Registered: 2006-12-02 Posts: 6,710 Re: [solved] BSOD 0x7B using UBCD4Win

A 0x7B is not thrown for a reason like "iaStor is referenced in the Registry, but not loaded," unless iaStor drives the storage adapter for the disk with the boot volume. You can also use the built BartPE to rescue broken systems. I was getting this for win7 loading winPE found that loading from Sata drive and it being reset (re-enumerated) at startup causing the error. For example, multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1) is a common ARC name.

You could potentially have a volume without any fixed disks. This also seem like a very desirable feature, as the IMG can be copied from device to device without worrying at all. So frustratig when you know everything should be right, and you end up with BSOD. Turned out that the presence of a HDD caused drivers to install and registry settings to be made, that were needed by the program.

The only thing I don't know is if I need to Enable AHCI when booting normally? http://helpsbs.com/bartpe-blue/bartpe-blue-screen-win32k-sys.html 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. http://www.911cd.net/forums//index.php? … 1&st=0http://www.msfn.org/board/0x0000007B-Bl … ntry738009In my case it had nothing to do with mass storage pack. I don't remember to have seen the screen flicker at all, but on a LCD display it's not as obvious as on good old CRT.

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 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 Dell laptop is a Latitude 4300, with ICH9 controller.Help, a Dell and USB booting. weblink Back to top #8 Doodoo Doodoo Frequent Member Advanced user 344 posts Posted 22 March 2011 - 09:44 AM Just for the record, there is alredy one report that installing DriveGuard

But would it be the first time that something not making any sense is implemented by Microsoft ? I just didn't expect USB disk to affect it, and blamed the last changed thing- mass storage pack. Create a directory named iaahci inside the PEbuilder plug-in directory and copy the files there under directory files.

but it always gives me a BSOD (I mean on each and every single computer) when installed in an IMG...Phhew...

Reply Ozzy says: January 14, 2013 at 12:31 PM Nice, worked right away. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site. STOP 0x7B cares about the boot volume, not fixed disks.Yes two subjects, but if XP insists on having an internal HDD, you need to achieve goal #2 in order to (possibly) At first, I got stuck with the BOOTMGR is missing error but I knew I got stuck in this before and got to recall the solution I did.

I found someone provided a patched version of ntdetect.com (http://www.msfn.org/board/0x0000007B-Blue-Screen-Error-During-Text-t112630.html&p=738009#entry738009 ) that solved my problem and now it boots fine on all my boxes. X6x Tablet ThinkPad X2/X3/X4x Series incl. Here are some other useful links for you: http://www.irongeek.com/i.php?page=videos/barts-pe-builder-intro http://www.irongeek.com/i.php?page=security/pebuilder http://www.irongeek.com/i.php?page=videos/backtrack-bartpe-dual-boot

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I'm just trying to learn, but the amount of information to digest is phenomenal.I am sorry I didn't explicitly express any interest in your suggestion... DriverPacks.net Index User list Rules Search Register Login Donate You are not logged in. 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 Reply Richard Zink says: March 26, 2011 at 10:58 PM This advice was on target.

I won't pretend to understand what AHCI and Compatibility mean exactly, nor why it should upset BARTPE! 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- 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 Back to top #20 Doodoo Doodoo Frequent Member Advanced user 344 posts Posted 22 March 2011 - 06:13 PM What Microsoft Windows Embedded Standard 2009 has to do with Windows XP

I could certainly be wrong, so I'd enjoy learning if that's the case. 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