STOP: 0x. 00. 00. B on Win XP Install. I recently got a new internal hard- drive (previous one crashed). I bought a new Samsung Spinpoint N1.
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. STOP: 0x0000007B on Win XP Install. 2 Duo 1.60GHz / 2GB Memory / 120GB HDD / Windows 7. I am trying to install Windows XP. to get the error. Error Code 0x0000007B. Discussion in 'Windows. attempted to install XP but received the same error. One is to slipstream the necessary driver into the XP. Installation BSOD 7B. Having a strange issue with BSOD Stop error 7B. I have used the same disk to install Windows 7 on virtual pc's as well and.
I am trying to install Windows XP (from an external CD Player connected via USB). The XP starts loading the files, but then stops after a few minutes and says: "A problem has been detected and windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer.
If this is the first time you've seen this stop error screen, restart your comuter. If this screen appears again, follow these steps: check for viruses on your computer. Revmove any newly installed hard drives or hard drive cotrollers.
Check your hard drive to make sure it is properly configured and terminated. Run CHKDSK/F to check for hard drive corruption, and then restart your computer.
Technical information: **** STOP: 0. X0. 00. 00. 07. B ( 0xf. D2. 52. 4, 0x. C0. The Geek Squad told me this is because of a corrupt Hard Drive.
Therefore, I ordered a second one, and got the same error. I searched on the error and saw some recommendations that one needs to download new Sata drivers. I thought I tried that and it didn't work, however it could have easily been due to user error. Can someone pls help?
Error Code 0x. 00. B Windows Forum Hello,I have recently purchased a new pc. Specs: Gigabyte GA- A5. M- S2. HAMD A4 3. GB RAMWestern Digital 5. GB HDDSamsung DVDWBD SH- B0.
L ATARADEON HD 4. AWARD BIOS v. 6I wanted to have a dual boot setup using Windows 7 Home Edition and Windows XP (neither are OEM) using 2 partitions on the HDD. I installed Windows 7 first on a 1. GB partition without issue.
I then attempted to install Windows XP. Windows loaded the files prior to install then I got a blue screen with a message that Windows had detected an issue and had stopped the installation to save my computer with the following error code: 0x. B 0x. F7. 8D2. 52. C0. 00. 00. 34 0x. I spent some time researching online and every response suggested going into the BIOS and either disabling AHCI, change from RAID/Auto AHCI to Auto ATA or set IDE mode as default. I had a look through the BIOS and the closest thing I could find was. On. Chip Sata Controller: Enabledand.
On. Chip Sata Type: Native IDECan anyone help me obtain a dual boot system without this error message appearing? Thanks,Shantelle. UPDATE: Someone suggested I needed to install XP first.
I deleted both the 1. MB system partition and Windows 7 itself, attempted to install XP but received the same error code.
Installation BSOD 7. BHi everyone. Wondering if someone can help me. Having a strange issue with BSOD Stop error 7.
B. I know its about harddrive controllers but i dont see why it should need them. I am doing an upgrade from Vista which already has the correct files installed.
Any suggestions on how i could stop this error would be greatly appreciated. I have done a clean install previously on a different partition of this drive and it worked fine without adding any extra files. I have had this error before and despite the help and advice given to me the problem has not been resolved. I have read on the internet that 7. B errors can be stopped by changing from native ide to legacy ide and when i do that and the installer starts the nice logo appears and continuously flashes with no progress whatso ever. Any help would be kindly appreciated. I have never had any problems with hard drives before on previous computers so know hardly nothing about them.
I have used the same disk to install Windows 7 on virtual pc's as well and never had any problems so I have resolved that there must be an issue with the hard drive. I am currently running Windows Vista Home Premium 3. RAM and an AMD Phenom 9. WDC WD5. 0 0. 0AAVS- 0. ZTB0 SCSI Disk Device. Any help would be kindly appreciated.
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