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Get bluescreen after clean install of XP

October 25, 2009 at 01:09:12
Specs: Windows XP

Hi!
I just did a clean install of my Acer 5101AWLMI with XP removing all partitions, now this has worked fine on all other computers I used it on. But the Acer Laptop comes up with the error message STOP: 0x0000007B (0xF78a6528, 0xC0000034, 0x00000000, 0x00000000), after Windows XP loading screen. I never get to the login or desktop. I have read the http://support.microsoft.com/kb/324... but it doesn't help, how am i supposed to get drivers from the manufacturer installed on the laptop when I can't get to the desktop? I have reinstalled and formated several times and even run Spinrite 6.5 to check for harddisk failes, but to no avail! If anyone knows what is wrong please help!

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#1
October 25, 2009 at 05:53:29

... Sata driver @ <F6> prompt ... looks like you should of used:

http://www.nliteos.com/guide/part1....

... found Sata driver(s): http://www.alfacomp.cz/epodpora/ace...

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... good luck!


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#2
October 25, 2009 at 07:02:18

Great Reply Thx!!!! I am going to test it later on this afternoon, I'll reply on how it went

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#3
October 25, 2009 at 15:20:02

Ok that didn't work at least it doesn't seem so, when I pressed F6 to install the SATA/RAID controller <none> showed up, It said it would install the following controllers for mass storage and then <none> and asked if I had manufacturers oem disk and if yes I should press "s". I s is pressed it wants me to insert a floppy. Are you sure those drivers where correct? I used the nLine program and integrated all the drivers into the WINXP disc so it should've worked, even if I don't have the drivers shouldn't it at least say that there is a SATA/RAID controller and not <none>?

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#4
October 25, 2009 at 23:57:20

... to be honest with you "Benne90" I've never had to install a sata driver myself

... does (sata) it have to be set in the bios for the drivers to be accepted (?)

... sorry I was under the impression one could load in ide mode which is slower then alter to sata later (?)

... sorry my friend ....damn pc's

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#5
October 26, 2009 at 01:19:23

In my opinion, its not a SATA driver problem, if it was you would not have seen the hard disk to begin the install.

I, think BSOD is a hardware problem. Try running the memtest86 live cd to check the ram.

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#6
October 26, 2009 at 04:13:33

Ok it worked! I managed to make a clean install of Windows TinyXP on an Acer Aspire 5101AWLMI which came preloaded with Windows Vista Home Premium.
The problem with the Acer Aspire and most other new notebooks when installing XP is that the SATA drivers used to run the harddisk don't come preloaded onto the XP-disk.
Solution:
The drivers for the SATA must be found and integrated into your XP installation disk.
This is how I did it in steps:
1. First install nLite from the following website www.nliteos.com
2. Download drivers Acer Aspire 5101 Drivers from here http://www.alfacomp.cz/epodpora/ace...
3. Insert your WinXP disk
4. Follow the instructions in the zipfile on how to intergrate drivers with winXP disk.
5. Then create an iso with XP files and burn
6. Format and install with disk (Don't need to press F6 when asking for RAID or SATA controllers)
7. Finished!

Did this with TinyXP windows XP untweaked with added repair function


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#7
October 26, 2009 at 05:00:12

"The problem with the Acer Aspire and most other new notebooks when installing XP is that the SATA drivers used to run the harddisk don't come preloaded onto the XP-disk"

No kidding? That's what you were being told above. And it applies to XP in general, not just notebooks. XP was released in 2001, SATA didn't come into play until 2003...that's why there are no drivers on the disc & that's why you have to press F6 to load the drivers manually. If you don't have a floppy drive, you have to use nLite to create a new XP disc with the SATA drivers integrated into it.

"I managed to make a clean install of Windows TinyXP on an Acer Aspire"

TinyXP is a pirated version of Windows & cannot be discussed in these forums.

Pirated Windows more impressive than the real thing


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