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0x0000007B Blue Screen Error During Text Setup


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What has BartPE to do with SETUP from USB?
And what has Recovery Console to do with it?
Which of the various apps/methods are you using?
On which hardware?

I created my BartPE ISO file using UBCD4Win 3.5 along with my WinXPproSP3 CD on the Vista Home Premium system on my Acer Aspire 5520 laptop. BartPE offers a multitude of rescue apps selectable from its boot menu. One of those apps offered is "Windows XP Recovery Console."

I used MultiBootISOs.exe (from the tutorial at http://www.pendrivel...-multiboot-usb/ ) to create a bootable USB, then added BartPE.iso and other ISOs to the Grub menu.lst configuration file which was created by MultiBootISOs.exe. All the apps within BartPE launch and work fine from the USB stick, and so do the apps I added outside of BartPE. Even the Windows Recovery Console boots OK before it bluescreens when it gets to the "Loading Windows" screen during its setup. That's the problem I'm trying to resolve. If that's not enough background I'll be happy to answer any other questions you have in regards to this issue.

Edited by mel2000, 06 April 2010 - 06:01 PM.



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I created my BartPE ISO file using UBCD4Win 3.5

That's a UBCD4Win question and there is a UBCD4Win forum.
Recovery console use either \cmdc\ or \cmdcons\ directory.
Behaviour reminds to edited OEM windows source files.
http://ubcd4win.com/...047
If this fails still, ask at UBCD4Win forum.

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Thanks for the pointer, hilander999's quote is great :thumbup :

YOUR MISSION, Should you choose to accept it...
Is to replace ONE FILE.


:lol:

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Umm, as I am reading it, mel2000 is attempting to load UBCD4Win as ISO, which supposedly would not work just like that:

...I used MultiBootISOs.exe (from the tutorial at http://www.pendrivel...-multiboot-usb/ ) to create a bootable USB, then added BartPE.iso and other ISOs to the Grub menu.lst configuration file...


mel2000, read the pinned topics here:
http://www.boot-land...hp?showforum=66

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You may try the modified ntdetect.com as mentioned here. Copy and paste all in Tiny Hexer (freeware), select HEX TEXT, save as ntdetect.com and put it in USB stick root, filesize must become 47,596 bytes. I don't know other ways to give you this file without breaking forum and MS rules.
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hi

i am getting Bad_Pool_header stop: 0x00000019 error, when try to install win xp from usb, exactly it shows at "setup is starting windows " screen

pls help

Regards

Vijeesh

Edited by ilko_t, 20 April 2010 - 11:03 PM.
Fixed quote


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You have been replied in the thread you started. Why are you double posting?

http://www.msfn.org/...en-t143453.html

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ok so ive been trying to find an answer to my problem\problems with no avail so maybe someone here can help.

im trying to do the same thing but instead of a 7b bsod im getting 6f Session3_initialization_failed.
tried everything the ntdetect the switching to ata instead of ahci. the 6f keeps popping up.

besides one time where it didnt get that far but i think that was a problem with one of my xp images i made. and that was a could not find ramdisk.sys.

btw the 6f happens during setup when it says setup is starting windows after it loads all the drivers. drivers are not a problem i am using either a xp disc i made with the massstorage and a bunch of others or someone elses with the sata drivers on it.

i cant use my dvd cuz its broken. the reason im doing this to begin with is my previous HDD fried and im installing on a new one i just bought. the only thing i can think of is the new HDD is DOA. im sure this wont matter but in case it helps anyone figure out my problem but the new HDD is SATA 3.0 and the old one is 1.5.
i cant upgrade the bios to the newest version until i buy a new battery lol. (irritating laptops) but i didnt have a problem b4. the HDD that fried is not recognized in bios but the new one is.

system specs:
dell
core2 duo 1.8 t7100
2gb ram
trying to install xp sp3 with a ton of drivers

help pls im sick of using my old single core comp :(

im going to make a new install source because im not sure if the manual install was right on either cuz the disc i made was so long ago. will reply when im done.

ok well i didnt make a new disc cuz im annoyed and my neck hurts atm BUT im almost positive its the manual install and upgrade removal problem. search 0x0000006F and ull find the solution.

but my solution for now was just to dl a diff copy that is setup for usb installation and then i used wintoflash but i think either method will work AS LONG AS UR SOURCE COPY IS SLIMMED DOWN RIGHT. lol (constantly kicking myself for not checking this first and trying to install 20x)

in the end i have to say this forum rocks and helped me out more than anywhere else i looked on the web.

Edited by sapient, 15 June 2010 - 09:46 PM.


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I created a new account simply to tell THANKS to you and all others guys who have find that trick!!
you just saved my life ! :)


BSOD, we gonna kill you !

Edited by userb, 09 July 2011 - 08:11 PM.


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Just wanted say thanks. The modded ntdetect.com did the trick so far.

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dear can you plz send me the file of ntdetect after change which u have told in post i m not an advance user could u plz snd me the file at my email address which is REMOVED@gmail.com and tell me where to paste on usb after creating the bootable usb thanks


Edited by jaclaz, 04 January 2014 - 05:53 AM.


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dear can you plz send me the file of ntdetect after change which u have told in post i m not an advance user could u plz snd me the file at my email address which is REMOVED@gmail.com and tell me where to paste on usb after creating the bootable usb thanks

It is not a good idea to post your e-mail on a public Forum, as it will be scanned by harvester and you will soon get any kind of unwanted emails.

See if using the WinUSB_Full Patcher:

http://www.911cd.net...986#entry123806

 

is easier for you.

 

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Hello every one here.....

 

I have Dell Optiplex 745, with 1 GB RAM and 80GB SATA HDD. In BIOS, i have option to boot from USB....i get BSOD when i boot from USB to install XP.

 

1. I have Nlited the XP SP3 with some additional software..

2. Donwload the addtional drivers "DP_MassStorage_wnt5_x86-32_1209" and integrated em with nLite

3. Preped my USB (tried 1GB & 4 GB Kingston) with RMPrepUSB

4. Chekced my ISO file on PMPrepUSB

5. Copied ISO file with WinSetupFromUSB

 

at first i got an error "file iaStor.sys could not be found"

 

I removed the "DP_MassStorage_wnt5_x86-32_1209" files except Intel driver files and it stuck at "Starting Windows Setup" and after few seconds it showed me the Blue Scree of Death with 0x7b error.... any help.................Please.

 

Thanks

 

Adnan

 

 

P.S. i have also replaced the modified ndetect.com but resluts are with BSOD 0x7b error.


Edited by mrdani, 16 March 2014 - 02:56 PM.


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How did you replace NTDETECT.COM ? It's better to use the advanced option for the purpose.

 

I'd try clean source with modified NTDETECT.COM and use the DPMS option + FIRADISK before starting first part of setup.


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How did you replace NTDETECT.COM ? It's better to use the advanced option for the purpose.

 

I'd try clean source with modified NTDETECT.COM and use the DPMS option + FIRADISK before starting first part of setup.

i just copied the modified ntdetect.com file and put it into flashdriver after buting the ISO image file of XP. i m stuck with the blue screen error, i install the same in my Asus EEEPC laptop but i had to update the bios of my laptop first but now i am stuck with the Desktop computers, i have tried it on Dell, HP systems but all in vain. BSOD 0x7b occurs every time. any suggestions???



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Did you read my reply carefully? Please do so again.

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Did you read my reply carefully? Please do so again.

i am not an advance user so i am not aware of "DPMS option + FIRADISK" and i have modified the ntdetect as you mentioned in earlier post in the thread via Tiny Hexer. i need to creat a Customized XP USB that can be run on any Desktop PC. can you guide me step by step.....i have mentioned all the steps i used to create a bootable xp usb. if i am making a mistake do guide me please.

 

Thanks



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To add custom NTDETECT.COM when preparing XP/2003 source:

Attached File  Ashampoo_Snap_2014.03.18_00h08m13s_001_.jpg   156.05KB   2 downloads

 

DPMS boot menu, try the second option if the first one doesn't work:

Attached File  Ashampoo_Snap_2014.01.20_17h30m44s_001_QEMU.jpg   106.37KB   2 downloads

 

 

Is it better now?


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To add custom NTDETECT.COM when preparing XP/2003 source:

attachicon.gifAshampoo_Snap_2014.03.18_00h08m13s_001_.jpg

 

DPMS boot menu, try the second option if the first one doesn't work:

attachicon.gifAshampoo_Snap_2014.01.20_17h30m44s_001_QEMU.jpg

 

 

Is it better now?

Thanks, i used Winsetupformusb version 2.3, i will try version 1.3 and will let you know. i never saw that option "Auto Detect & use F6 SATA/RAID/SCSI DRIVER" while using version 2.3. will follow your guide and let you know the results. Thanks again.



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Thanks, i used Winsetupformusb version 2.3, 

Just for the record, no, you did not (the latest version right now is 1.3, and a 2.3 does not exist), maybe you used the 0.2.3, i.e. the "historical" version.

The usual convention is that unless a specific version is mentioned, anything posted is related to the latest version at the moment of posting.

 

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To add custom NTDETECT.COM when preparing XP/2003 source:

attachicon.gifAshampoo_Snap_2014.03.18_00h08m13s_001_.jpg

 

DPMS boot menu, try the second option if the first one doesn't work:

attachicon.gifAshampoo_Snap_2014.01.20_17h30m44s_001_QEMU.jpg

 

 

Is it better now?

Thanks, i used Winsetupformusb version 2.3, i will try version 1.3 and will let you know. i never saw that option "Auto Detect & use F6 SATA/RAID/SCSI DRIVER" while using version 2.3. will follow your guide and let you know the results. Thanks again.

 

Thank you so very much for the help. i got it now. had few problems with drivers addition but i figured it out. thanks for guiding me.






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