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Hi, I am currently trying a fresh install of XP Pro on a retired server however I seem to be getting the BSOD before the first Windows setup window. The error code reads 0x0000007B which stands for inaccessable boot device. I have swapped the old cd drive for a new DVD-R/RW Pioneer DVR-S18LBK (sata), I am using a 40 GB HDD sata which has not been swapped. The BIOS has been configured correctly as the DVD drive is the boot device and has been sata enabled. I am unsure if the old cd drive was sata or not as the old owner kept it. The new DVD drive does come with a firmware DVD but obviously I can't install it without an OS. The HDD has already been formatted. Any ideas people ?

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SOURCE: Connecting an IDE HDD to a SATA port using an IDE to SATA converter

Not complete product...need to buy additional adapter for IDE to SATA power source.
IDE drive will have to have the power source hooked up as well as the adaptor hooked up.
Installing the adaptor only will not work. Your computer should have the 4 pin plug for the power to the IDE drive, other wise you will have to buy another adaptor.

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Here is an picture of the Blue screen I am getting
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A larger version of the image can be seen here:

http://www.pjbproductions.com/bsod.jpg

it's a bit out of focus but should be ledgible. I don't think it's seeing it in the BIOS either. I will confirm tonight when I get home from work.

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SOURCE: inaccessable boot device

I really don't know what you mean. Give all the specs of your PC , please also make sure your HDD is not set in your BIOS to RAID, Set it to IDE Mode

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SOURCE: I am unable to install

Hi, here you can find drivers and a manual:

http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/Intel_Socket_775/P5RD1VM/#download

Please select your operating system.

Then select the driver and click on global for download.

The driver needs to be unziped before installation.

Here is a free unzip program:

http://www.7-zip.org/download.html

Just click on exe for download.

Check your windows disk for damage or dirt.

And check the bios for faulty settings
read about that in the manual.

Posted on Aug 22, 2011

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