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Windows 7: Co-Workers laptop BSOD 0x7B

05 Jun 2013   #11
Kaktussoft

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recovery environment->command prompt
Code:
Dism  /Image:C:\  /Remove-Driver /Driver:OEM3.inf  /Driver:OEM12.inf /Driver:OEM17.inf
Be sure it's 3, 12 and 17?
What happens?


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05 Jun 2013   #12
Kaktussoft

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Any idea if nvidia storage controller is connected to the harddrive or the intel controller? Was the controller setup as AHCI or IDE in win7? Still same setting in bios? did you do something with bios that could have flipped some setting?
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05 Jun 2013   #13
Loope

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Kaktussoft View Post
Any idea if nvidia storage controller is connected to the harddrive or the intel controller? Was the controller setup as AHCI or IDE in win7? Still same setting in bios? did you do something with bios that could have flipped some setting?
No impact/no idea on the nvidia question, sorry, but I did change the BIOS settings from AHCI to Compatibility, but it resolved nothing, so I changed it back to the original setting AHCI, do you still want me to run the command you posted previously?
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05 Jun 2013   #14
Kaktussoft

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Loope View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Kaktussoft View Post
Any idea if nvidia storage controller is connected to the harddrive or the intel controller? Was the controller setup as AHCI or IDE in win7? Still same setting in bios? did you do something with bios that could have flipped some setting?
I did change the BIOS settings from AHCI to Compatibility, but it resolved nothing, so I changed it back to the original setting AHCI, do you still want me to run the command you posted previously?
Yes please do #11 and tell what happens.
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05 Jun 2013   #15
Loope

 

All 3 driver packages were successfully removed. Restarted the laptop, and still crashed immediately with the 0x7B.
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05 Jun 2013   #16
Kaktussoft

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Loope View Post
All 3 driver packages were successfully removed.
Reboot normally.... what happens?
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05 Jun 2013   #17
Kaktussoft

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I did ugrapde sata to nvidia storage nforce3 controller driver on my system (I did a fake upgrade). But I don't have the controller on my system!

I think win7 supports it out-of-the box. Same for most (maybe all) INTEL sata controllers.
You entered "recovery environment" and were able to access C drive without loading extra drivers. So winpe (recovery environment) supports it.... then win7 itself supports them as well.
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05 Jun 2013   #18
Kaktussoft

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You have a empty DVD that can be burned? Try Make Windows 7 bootable after motherboard swap
On step 5 do "Adjust the OS to the new hardware automatically",
What drivers is it missing? see step 7 "what devices have no drivers"

It's a quite easy procedure. No need to read the pdf manual!

Procedure says:

After procedure has finished succesfully and system boots fine:
  1. Uninstall Device and Device Driver for devices no longer attached to system. Uninstall associated software as well. =>You didn't swap motherboard, so actually nothing changed. Only uninstall associated software associated to nvidia control and intel sata controller. "Intel Rapid Storage Technology" for example.
  2. Install all of your device drivers, then Windows Updates.=>check "device manager" any exclamation marks there? Any "other devices"?
  3. Refresh your Windows Experience Index (WEI) score. =>You already have a WEI score? If so, no real reason to update it
  4. When done, all you will need to do is to activate Windows 7. =>Not needed(?) Check if win7 has been activated
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05 Jun 2013   #19
Loope

 

Will this require me to re-input the license key?
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05 Jun 2013   #20
Kaktussoft

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Loope View Post
Will this require me to re-input the license key?
I don't think so. But 100% sure. Is it win7 home premium? You have a Certificate Of Authenticy sticker on laptop? (maybe on back, or in battery slot)
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