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[BSOD] 0x7B Windows 7

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December 22, 2011 5:26:33 PM

Error Code: 0x0000007b 0xfffff880009a9928 0xffffffffc0000034 (rest are 0x000's).

Setup: 2 Drives are in raid 0. (Both drives check out healthy/fine) Windows 7 64bit.

What Happened: I plugged back in my backup internal HDD, due to it being unplugged from an earlier point in time. Shut Down to plug it in, booted back up and it started BSOD'ing (unplugging it doesnt help sadly).

I've tried:
Scan now, rebuilding MBR completely and repairing, chkdsk, bcdedit, etc. With no avail. Starting to drive me insane. I've also done system recovery, system restore, clearing cmos, etc. Ram checks out as well. Its starting to drive me insane, so any help is greatly appreciated (even if it doesnt fix it). :ange: 



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December 22, 2011 6:05:07 PM

siphorus said:
Error Code: 0x0000007b 0xfffff880009a9928 0xffffffffc0000034 (rest are 0x000's).

Setup: 2 Drives are in raid 0. (Both drives check out healthy/fine) Windows 7 64bit.

What Happened: I plugged back in my backup internal HDD, due to it being unplugged from an earlier point in time. Shut Down to plug it in, booted back up and it started BSOD'ing (unplugging it doesnt help sadly).

I've tried:
Scan now, rebuilding MBR completely and repairing, chkdsk, bcdedit, etc. With no avail. Starting to drive me insane. I've also done system recovery, system restore, clearing cmos, etc. Ram checks out as well. Its starting to drive me insane, so any help is greatly appreciated (even if it doesnt fix it). :ange: 


It might be your SATA controller mode setting in bios. Do you have it set to AHCI or RAID?
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December 22, 2011 6:10:34 PM

CDutch4580 said:
It might be your SATA controller mode setting in bios. Do you have it set to AHCI or RAID?

This is the sad part, there is no option for that, however I'm pretty sure its in Raid as I do have NVIDIA raid controller enabled, but I went through the manual with a Cntrl F on AHCI, there iss definitely not an individual option. It looks like I'm going to have to go through a System Image restore.
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