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Windows 7: iastor.sys BSOD, Stop 0x0000007E

22 Jan 2016   #11
xornotx

win7x64 original
 
 

no , sony bios is very tiny.. there is only boot option..


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22 Jan 2016   #12
axe0

Windows 10 Pro
 
 

The BIOS from a laptop doesn't have much options.

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22 Jan 2016   #13
xornotx

win7x64 original
 
 

i can t start my notebook, bsod iastor.sys
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22 Jan 2016   #14
axe0

Windows 10 Pro
 
 

Please try loading your BIOS for optimal default settings.
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23 Jan 2016   #15
BorisTheAnimal

Windows 7 Home Premium
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by axe0 View Post
Please try loading your BIOS for optimal default settings.
I thought the iastor.sys was the driver normally associated with the Intel RAID controller found on many motherboards. And if his OS was installed with the RAID controller active make sure it is still active in BIOS. If not he could try booting with the controller in AHCI mode preferably or in IDE mode if all else fails. Otherwise we are probably looking at a corrupt driver or Hard Drive failure. No?
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23 Jan 2016   #16
axe0

Windows 10 Pro
 
 

IRST doesn't only support RAID, RAID isn't configured on laptops.

There aren't much boot mode options in the BIOS of a laptop, I believe there are only 2 but I could be wrong as there are some laptops with quite some possibilities in the BIOS.
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23 Jan 2016   #17
xornotx

win7x64 original
 
 

no solved with default bios value

yes in notebook there was intel program https://www.sony.it/support/it/conte...260/SVT1311V2E

I ve tried also at load this driver .exe during the installation windows with my original cd for show HD at system but it don t see file .exe
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23 Jan 2016   #18
xornotx

win7x64 original
 
 

I thought of MBR rootkit or broken HD. But if the disk is broken because if I connect it to the TV is seen or if I connect it to another computer (USB adapter) I can get in all three partitions, write and read fils smoothly?

And then, if it is broken, because if you start "utility boot cd" Seagate test tool can not recognize? I have done extensive testing and ancge chkdsk thorough and there are no errors, even in smart, he says you are good.
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23 Jan 2016   #19
axe0

Windows 10 Pro
 
 




iastor.sys BSOD, Stop 0x0000007E Diagnostics Test iastor.sys BSOD, Stop 0x0000007E
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iastor.sys BSOD, Stop 0x0000007E Diagnostics Test iastor.sys BSOD, Stop 0x0000007E
 Virus infection

A virus or a malware, a rootkit or a bootkit (boot sector virus) may cause such a BSOD. In this case it is needed to scan the system with a bootable virus scanner.
There are a few of such scanners available. Windows Defender Offline is a good one to do this job.
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In a very little few cases it is seen that after a bootkit infection and its removal the 100 MB System Reserved Partition is converted to a logical volume. In such a case the point 6, Improper Boot Parameters
This is from Troubleshooting stop 0x7B and stop 0xED.
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23 Jan 2016   #20
xornotx

win7x64 original
 
 

I have already done this tests. No sector corrupted, smart control is ok, chkdsk is ok, the HD is good.
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