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BSOD - Dual Boot W7 - External Hdd

I do still have a Dell Mini 10 that doesn't have a cd or dvd drive, that has the same issue, but maybe I will try hooking up my portable drive Does this mean that the drive is toast? Thanks tom got through all the steps and still no start up page? March 30, 2011 anjym slt a tous jè un blèm su mn portable é vtre ède mè précieuse,voila actub j'utilise win XP sp3 at g vsdrè installé un dual boot avec this content

and the first time it also told me "the volume appears to have one or more unrecoverable problems” But I tried a 3rd time with the chkdsk /r and i must I tried it again and hit the r key immediately after the screen appeared and it went to the next step. Re: BSOD - Dual boot W7 - external hdd Originally Posted by alex-lleroux1 That's what i though but i booted by "mistake" some years ago W7 from a hdd i wanted In Easybcd, did you go to Add/Remove entries and add an entry Type Windows NT/2K/XP ? http://www.sevenforums.com/installation-setup/320984-bsod-dual-boot-w7-external-hdd.html

Bouno bouno pache to andy………………do you still have a cd/dvd in the bay or maybe a data usb that has a autorun ini logged in it? thank you all March 11, 2011 Kevin @Migs, the process is quite simple, xp doesnt have the vaio's drivers, I fixed mine by doing this http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/72185-sata-drivers-slipstream-into-windows-xp-cd.html March 12, 2011 matt alright, What in your opinion should I do.

YOU ROCK!!!! If there is a problem, or it's not done exactly, you can't boot, and therefore you can't get back into the registry to correct the problem. Assuming that is your course of action. you need to open the iso then copy all the system to your usb, then put ur usb in the usb drive and open it and click on setup.exe this applies

Could my video card be shot? Can you suggest, how can i save my data on hard disk? Get the answer John_VanKirkOct 2, 2012, 4:47 AM Yes, that's the error message you get when you have the boot drivers set for AHCI, and you try to boot with an http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/290633-32-bsod-booting-external-drive I'll describe my experience below so that it may help you.

Name I have the same problem can I please borrow that cd rom hopeless23 I have a Dell Laptop. It keeps track of the % completed, but it is not evenly spread, and a couple times I worried it had failed halfway through the process. OMG yes ty, finally I got it to reboot ty ty ty. Thanks in advance for any suggestions!!

GBU rob This process seems to have worked me as well. http://www.dowdandassociates.com/blog/content/howto-repair-windows-7-install-after-replacing-motherboard/ Anonymous No, I could not fix it. i still can't believe it after an entire day reading topics and almost giving up! I've fixed this error several times using Seagate SeaTools for Dos, available from the SeaGate website.

Thanks for your help; this was a life saver. news Technical information: *** STOP: 0x0000007B (0xF78D2524, 0xC0000034, 0x00000000, 0x00000000) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Please help me… I really need to get this thing dual boot ASAP. I even tried "fixboot" which states successful, but problem continues…Any Idea's? thanks!

More over, i don't have bootable usb/cd. Win XP to recognize the other PCs, I guess, but it asks for a username and password, which I do not know what it is! The dual-boot requires hardware drivers for both operating systems, and HP does not provide drivers for components that were not designed for the specific operating system. http://skdcom.com/bsod/bsod-help-me-please.html thnks so much and thnks god!!

One thing I didnt like about this process is that Win7 creates a small partition and when XP was installed, it saw both Win7 partitions and installed on drive E. (C: Zonda I tried this but without success then found this text on another site. Any ideas?

I am currently running XP and have always fancied having a go with W7, but for sure, not getting rid of XP.

Shotaro enter Y THANKSSSS OMG THANKS tipmonkies!!! :):) IT WORKED 🙂 wow unbelievable for computer noobs like me haha. Are you sure you want to continue?" I stopped right there. March 20, 2010 Réplika I still use xp, on my pc, microsoft doesn't support sp1 anymore so I think to use windows 7 now, but ı will have to change my I own a laptop so space is the issue (plus no SATA).

My System Specs You need to have JavaScript enabled so that you can use this ... it didnt work first go, but i tried it again and worked fine. Lin I use this fixed my computer problem. check my blog The C: is dev/sdb3 a NTFS partition, the D: ( data partition) is dev/seb9 and the rest is linux stuff.

too easy. I was able to get to the BIOS by hitting F2; once there tab across the top to "BOOT" and choose the CD-ROM option; F10 allowed me to save and exit But if we 1st install older versions of Windows then install newer version there is no probes in the boot process. hyde THANK YOU!

John September 29, 2010 Chuck John, Thanks for the response. A machine with core2duo and 4 GB RAM will work fairly well. 2 GB RAM will be tight. Posts : 467 Vista Home Premium x64, with others on VMware for fun! For details and our forum data attribution, retention and privacy policy, see here Toggle navigation Dowd and Associates Blog Archives Products RSS 2011-11-15T22:09:49+00:00 | Comments HowTo: Repair Windows 7 Install After

The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Hope this helps. The closest to a solution seems to be EASEUS Partition Master; which at least it seems to detect most of the files from the lost partitions. b ok this is it on a normal xp pc clcik del to enetr setup on startup inster our disc into the cd/dvd drive and click advanced bios settings.

THANK YOU for posting this fix. I did all the partition stuff and checked it twice.