Windows XP-based backup computer error when try to run.

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I trying to save Microsoft Windows XP system (boot) disk to a backup computer but when I run my Windows XP-based backup computer. I received some technical issue is far beyond my knowledge.

I don't know how to rectify this kind of error so maybe someone here could provide me answers.

Here is the error message.

STOP: 0x0000007B (0xF741B84C,0xC0000034,0x00000000,0x00000000)

INACCESSIBLE_BOOT_DEVICE

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Answered By 220 points N/A #81456

Windows XP-based backup computer error when try to run.

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Hi,

Assume that Windows XP is running. This problem is very common when you install a new operating system because the drivers in the backup computer for mass storage controller hardware and registry entries are not installed in Windows.

Each chip set has a unique identifier named Plug and Play ID ‘PnPI’D and some chip sets are implemented in IDE controllers.

If these settings are absent in the registry, drivers could not be initialized by operating system.

These are recommendation from Microsoft.

  1. Replace any problematic hardware components in the backup computer. Make sure that those replaced components are the same make and model and manufactured by the same manufacturer of the motherboard in new computers.
  2. If it is a SCSI disk, make sure that same model and make of SCSI controller in the backing up computer is used.
  3. If it is an IDE disk, same kind of PnP-ID, same kind of motherboard and the same kind of IDE chip set are used.

Manually entering the registry, copying the drivers and entries and importing/merging to support IDE Controllers could be a tedious task.

Please find the URL of http://support.microsoft.com/kb/314082 for your reference.

Hope this solution could help.

Answered By 0 points N/A #81457

Windows XP-based backup computer error when try to run.

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When drivers for mass storage controller hardware and registry entries under Windows XP in the backup computer are not installed, this type of error might appears.   

Manufacturers for example Promise, VIA and Intel etc make different Chipset of integrated device electronics (IDE) controllers and Plug-n-Play identifier (PnP-ID) of every chip set is different.

In the backup computer, the registry must have the mass storage controllers’ PnP-ID information before startup so that correct drivers could be initialized in Windows XP.

Hope this could help.

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