Re-Imaged PC has BSOD Error ***STOP 0x0000007e

  1. Posts : 2
    Windows 7 Professional 64 - bit

    Re-Imaged PC has BSOD Error ***STOP 0x0000007e

    I am currently trying to re-image a Thinkcenter M92 Desktop and it appears that after I wiped the PC and re-imaged it the BSOD appears and the system loops.

    I have tried to start in the safe mode and normal mode and neither work.

    Yet if I installed just the Windows 7 Pro disc and use that to image the PC the computer works.

    I have never had an issue with the image that I am using on the desktop and all other desktops I have used it on have been fine.

    The Desktop was playing up before I carried out this re-build but I don't understand why after cleaning it up the issue is present. I have checked the memory on a memtest and all is fine.

    Can anyone advise me please.

    Thank You for any help
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  2. Arc
    Posts : 35,373
    Microsoft Windows 10 Pro Insider Preview 64-bit

    Hi GOHILS01.

    Most probably the image has some drivers or programs which are not being capable to work for any reason, difficult to say without seeing a crash dump (which you cannot obtain in the situation that you described).

    Better you go for a clean reinstall and them take a new image of it.
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  3. Posts : 2
    Windows 7 Professional 64 - bit
    Thread Starter

    Thank You Arc

    Hello Arc,

    Thank You for replying back to me. I think you may be right as I have used the image on a ThinkCenter M93 for months and not had a issue but I am working on this PC which is a M92 model and I need to re-image it for a new user.
    One of the issue I get is that I am able to install a clean Windows 7 on this PC but that then means I am missing lots of applications and drivers which would take me 2 days to install on the PC. The image I have tried to install with out drivers and that failed and then I tried installed a newer updated image with all the latest drivers for the M92 model and it gets to 58% install of windows and then the BSOD appears.

    Kind Regards

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  4. Arc
    Posts : 35,373
    Microsoft Windows 10 Pro Insider Preview 64-bit

    Hi GOHILS01.

    Yes it is a fact that a clean reinstall plus all customizations and personalization takes a lot of time; but the end result is worthy. :)
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