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LENOVO T61 WIN7 BOOT BSOD

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  • Blue Screen
  • Boot
  • Lenovo
  • Windows 7
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August 20, 2012 8:53:37 AM

Hello everyone.
I changed the motherboard (only that) on my lenovo t61-14inch laptop.
It works nice. When I try to boot win7, during the windows logo, the system shows a bsod and the system restarts. I tried repairing with automatic repair but showed a message that no compatible version found.
also, i tried something from here but did not help: http://www.7tutorials.com/command-prompt-repair-missing...

should i try with a special windows recovery disc??
I need this repair job so that I do not need to format again... :p 

also note, that the system works perfect since I run an Ubuntu live USB and everything is ok from hardware side.


thanks for any help!! :hello:  :p 

ps: BSOD error is 0x7B

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August 20, 2012 9:43:40 AM

What was the motherboard replaced from and to?
August 20, 2012 10:00:57 AM

The mb I bought was used and has this lenovo part number FRU P/N: 41W1489.
Exactly the same with the (non-working) one I took out from my laptop.
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August 20, 2012 11:00:35 AM

Hi Musiker,

Start your system in Bios and check for sata-controller options.
what you need to check is if the controller stands on ACHI or Compatible.
Most system gets in the bios configuration sata controller on AHCI if it has been changed to compatible change it back to AHCI.
if it doesn't work check witch device is 1e boot.

if system got diskette drive settings disable it in the bios due it can happen that the diskette drive settings are enebled.

hope i gave you enough information for now.
August 20, 2012 2:20:42 PM

skrillaxe said:
Hi Musiker,

Start your system in Bios and check for sata-controller options.
what you need to check is if the controller stands on ACHI or Compatible.
Most system gets in the bios configuration sata controller on AHCI if it has been changed to compatible change it back to AHCI.
if it doesn't work check witch device is 1e boot.

if system got diskette drive settings disable it in the bios due it can happen that the diskette drive settings are enebled.

hope i gave you enough information for now.


ΤΗΑΝΚ ΥOU! you reminded me this check. in fact it was set in AHCI and I had to set it to compatibility mode in order to get it working...
now windows boots ok!
But I remember that AHCI is better and faster configuration. I hope I will find a way to make AHCI config. working.
Anyway thanks, it works! ;)  :)  :) 
!