T400/410/420 and T500/510/520 series specific matters only
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I have a few HDDs laying around with various copies of windows on them. I put all 3 in and they all caused a BSOD of 0x7B on startup on XP & 7. Now none of the drives will boot in any other machine without the 0x7B error. Tried AHCI & ATA compatibility mode and stuff.
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Sun Dec 10, 2017 9:35 pm
Now none of the drives will boot in any other machine without the 0x7B error.
1. Maybe "Use last known working configuration" can make them boot on other machines
2. You should select "Disable auto restart on failure" and take note of the details of the 0x7B error message.
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I have had that exact same problem, even with brand new SSDs.
I could install W7 on them, but every boot had the 0x7B error.
Eventually I found this: https://tinyapps.org/blog/windows/20140 ... _swap.html
which works like a dream.
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