|30 Nov 2012||#370|
I have recently purchased a motherboard and new CPU so I was going to use this guide to get windows moved over. Followed all the steps and received the fatal error message. I saw your solution for this message and ran sysprep again. The error occured again only taking longer to appear this time. I am not sure if anyone else has experienced this issue since there are 30+ pages of information. I will start reading and hopefully I can find something.
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|03 Dec 2012||#373|
I am running an OEM Win7 64bit, but did a 'repair' reinstall about a year ago . I am guessing the reason for this is you have also done a 'repair' reinstall of Win7 in the past ?
I would like to have done the sysprep, just to get things a bit cleaner, but -
I still managed to get my Intel HD4000 graphics fully operational. It took a while to stumble through it, but I'll try to get the order of events correct.
-After imaging my old Win7 (AMD machine) I did a very thorough uninstall of all drivers and as much cleaning as possible, before moving the new drive to my new machine.
-I moved the SSD to the new machine and installed all the new drivers and left the ATI graphics drivers (HD7970) till last (old was Nvidia),
-Then as expected (because I'd been there before) the Intel HD4000 had a Code 12. Booting with BIOS set to Integrated graphics I reinstalled the Intel HD graphics drivers again. After another re-boot this allowed the Resources tab to display the conflicting I/O (10000-1FFFF).
- There are a lot of posts that mention the AMD 3GIO filter so I uninstalled that - no benefit.
The Fix :
-There was also talk of AMD PCI bus (didn't write down the whole term) in System Devices . I had nothing AMD/ATI in System Devices but clicked on the tab for PCI bus and found a conflicting I/O in the Resources tab.
No, it was not the same I/O number as the one in Intel graphics. The note pointed to - ACPI x64-based PC -
I decided to try an update of the driver anyway.
-In the - "Let me pick...my computer" I found both the AMD 3GIO filter and an Intel PCI bus driver.
I selected the Intel PCI bus driver and hey presto. I have a fully functional Intel HD4000 graphics.
-Oddly the conflicting I/O in the PCI bus is still there, but the conflicting I/O in the Intel HD graphics is gone.
I assume the AMD 3GIO filter is part of Windows as it re-installs automatically after re-boot as well (off line).
btw - I had no issue with booting into Windows with either of the two system images I have done
using OEM Win7 HP 64bit. Re-activation was done on line as well.
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|01 Jan 2013||#378|
Thank you Kari and xxxwea :)!!!
Wishing you both, Happy and Healthy New 2013 !
Never before I accomplished transferring hard drive with existing OS into a new computer;
I'm just a computer enthusiast and a family IT guy in the end - until I found your tutorial, which
worked flawlessly - at this point enormous gratitude to xxxwea and his 2 cents; without it wouldn't have
a clue how to proceed ...!
Thanks guys once again and all the best to all the curios who'll read this post some day and find it reassuring !
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