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[HELP!]Blue screen when loading Windows7. can boot into Windows 8.

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February 9, 2013 11:04:54 PM

I just swapped my cpu mobo RAM and PSU today. Same HDD.

Get a STOP 0x0000007b blue screen for windows 7. Windows 8 boots fine on same hdd and I can access all files on other partition.

Got myself an i5 3570k, Gigabyte GA-Z77X-D3H, Corsair Vengeance LP 1600 8GB CL9 and Corsair TX650M.

Plugged the HDD and CD/DVD drive in the black SATA connectors. 3GBps. I wonder if O can plug them in the whitr 6GBps ones..

Anyways I get a BSOD when loading Windows 7. Windows 8 works fine until now...

I have to go back to windows 7 now but if theres no solution I can backup files and format..

I await your suggestions... Burbee
a b $ Windows 7
February 10, 2013 3:09:15 AM

One of the big differences in Win 7 and Win 8 are the licensing terms. Win 8 allows for a system upgrade while win 7 is tied to it's original installed motherboard. A new license for Win 7 will likely be needed here. I fairly sure formatting will not help anything - do you really need the Win 7 OS running?
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February 10, 2013 6:23:16 AM

C12Friedman said:
One of the big differences in Win 7 and Win 8 are the licensing terms. Win 8 allows for a system upgrade while win 7 is tied to it's original installed motherboard. A new license for Win 7 will likely be needed here. I fairly sure formatting will not help anything - do you really need the Win 7 OS running?


Yeah.. What about removing win7 entirely and reinstalling?
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a b $ Windows 7
February 10, 2013 6:33:48 AM

I have read that it will not work - I've never tried personally but from what I gather, it'll seem to be installing but hangs somewhere during the process
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February 10, 2013 6:52:51 AM

C12Friedman said:
I have read that it will not work - I've never tried personally but from what I gather, it'll seem to be installing but hangs somewhere during the process


And with a different license?
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a b $ Windows 7
February 10, 2013 9:53:42 AM

What type or license do you have ? OEM or Retail ?

Mactronix :) 
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a b $ Windows 7
a b * Windows 8
February 10, 2013 10:04:08 AM

Hi

There are two problems



(1) The 0x0000007B BSOD is caused by the change of mass storage driver 0n the new motherboard

There are a number of utilities to delete the old driver registry settings while the Windows is off Line (eg booted from WinPE or different Windows on same PC)

one is Fix_HDC for XP but also works with Vista & 7

more recent is fix_7hdc (vbs script)

Fix_HDC is in Hirens Boot CD and ubcd4win projects

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header from fix_7hdc.vbs
'*
'* File: Fix_7hdc.vbs
'* Created: 2011-01-03 by cdob
'* Version: 0.11
'*
'* http://www.911cd.net/forums//index.php?showtopic=24245
'*
'* Purpose:
'* enable installed, but disabled mass storage drivers, e.g. msahci.sys
'* install additional mass storage drivers
'*
'* Runtime environment:
'* Windows 7 installation DVD / USB
'* relating PE
'*
'* used external applications (default integrated at runtime environment)
'* reg.exe, dism.exe, notepad.exe
'*

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Licensing for Windows 7 Transfer depends on if Windows 7 is OEM or OEM System builder version Transfer = NO

retail upgrade or full retail Transfer = YES

regards

Mike Barnes
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February 10, 2013 11:08:22 AM

mbarnes86 said:
Hi

There are two problems



(1) The 0x0000007B BSOD is caused by the change of mass storage driver 0n the new motherboard

There are a number of utilities to delete the old driver registry settings while the Windows is off Line (eg booted from WinPE or different Windows on same PC)

one is Fix_HDC for XP but also works with Vista & 7

more recent is fix_7hdc (vbs script)

Fix_HDC is in Hirens Boot CD and ubcd4win projects

-----------------------------------------
header from fix_7hdc.vbs
'*
'* File: Fix_7hdc.vbs
'* Created: 2011-01-03 by cdob
'* Version: 0.11
'*
'* http://www.911cd.net/forums//index.php?showtopic=24245
'*
'* Purpose:
'* enable installed, but disabled mass storage drivers, e.g. msahci.sys
'* install additional mass storage drivers
'*
'* Runtime environment:
'* Windows 7 installation DVD / USB
'* relating PE
'*
'* used external applications (default integrated at runtime environment)
'* reg.exe, dism.exe, notepad.exe
'*

------------------------------

Licensing for Windows 7 Transfer depends on if Windows 7 is OEM or OEM System builder version Transfer = NO

retail upgrade or full retail Transfer = YES

regards

Mike Barnes


I got the Windows 7 seperately.

Also, is it normal that the i5 can 'boost' up to 4GHz? I saw that in the task manager
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