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nickster

0x7B BSOD - Help!

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It turned out to be the burning speed of the CD which was causing the problem. As I mentioned above, I added the controller drivers to the CD for use in textmode and when setup was loading the files, I could clearly see the correct drivers being loaded before the bsod.

I was using decent Verbatim media but just as a test, I thought I would try a crappy Tesco CD which could only cope with x10 speeds. The first disc I burned on the Tesco disc worked like a charm (this was using an iso image which resulted in a bsod on the Verbatims). I then burned the image to a Verbatim at x10 speed and it worked.

Anyway, defcon has been lowered to 1 for the time being ;)

Thanks for the help Tripredacus :)

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It turned out to be the burning speed of the CD which was causing the problem.

Yep.

JFYI:

http://www.911cd.net/forums//index.php?showtopic=21043

http://www.911cd.net/forums//index.php?showtopic=13283

It is more common than you would expect.

The rule of thumb is:

  • for CD burn at the LOWEST possible speed
  • for DVD burn at an "average" (half max) speed

Additionally :ph34r: :

http://www.911cd.net/forums//index.php?showtopic=20755

http://www.911cd.net/forums//index.php?showtopic=20755&st=21

jaclaz

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@ nickster:

Although you obviously have found the reason of your BSOD's and solved your problem yourself, I want to mention, that >this< thread would have been the best place for posting your problem.

Furthermore the start post of the linked thread contains suitable Intel AHCI drivers for your Intel ICH9R AHCI system.

Regards

Fernando

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