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[CONQUERED] BSOD error 0x7b - nothing has worked......
02/06/16 07:23 AM

Looked for the last two days.

First off:

It's a Gigabyte mobo:

I've been using it for years with various SATA drives. I recently replaced it with a new rig, and I was going to experiment with OC'ing this one. I put in an older IDE drive with 7 on it, which booted.

I then tried to add ram, and I got an error screen. I didn't notice the type, but then (re-)found out the mobo maxes at 2gb. Back to the old ram, and the IDE drive booted.

As this machine is faster than my old gaming rig, I replaced that with this - drive and video card went in, that's the only difference - and I got the 0x7b error.


The drive is a SATA 80gb. A cloned 250gb SATA has the same problem.

- there ain't no bios setting for AHCI/IDE; shit's all automatic

- there ain't no hard drive controller driver from Gigabyte

- won't boot into safe mode, neither

Third: looked in diskpart and found the data partition was listed twice - as 0 and 2. Partition 1 was system. Deleted 0 partition, but still won't boot.

Scifi frauds. SF illuminates.

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* [CONQUERED] BSOD error 0x7b - nothing has worked...... Traso 02/06/16 07:23 AM
. * Re: BSOD error 0x7b - nothing has worked...... B2K24  02/27/16 09:20 PM
. * Nah, I beat it.... Traso  02/28/16 08:25 AM
. * Well, I can install fresh..... Traso  02/27/16 04:29 AM
. * Re: BSOD error 0x7b - nothing has worked...... Sune  02/06/16 09:46 PM
. * Re: BSOD error 0x7b - nothing has worked...... URherenow  02/07/16 02:22 PM
. * Re: BSOD error 0x7b - nothing has worked...... Traso  02/07/16 02:38 AM
. * If that keeps you away from mass spamming... BIOS-D  02/06/16 06:38 PM
. * As my buddy from Virginia would say..... Traso  02/07/16 02:36 AM

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