11-24-2012 10:19 AM
I am trying to set up a WinXP/Win7 dual-boot on my Windows 7 computer using EasyBCD. I have a WinXP X64 Professional ISO, and already have a partition to install it in, but when I load the ISO I run into problems. Right after the Windows installer loads, I get a BSOD with a STOP: 0x0000007B (0xFFFFFADF98A323C0, 0xFFFFFFFC0000034, 0x0000000000000000, 0X0000000000000000) error code.
I used one of the guides for AMD processors in an attempt to remedy this problem, but I am still getting the BSOD, even after I used both drivers provided. I have tried fiddling with a few other drivers, but still, no success. This is a 64-it AMD Dual-Core Processor. Do I need a separate driver for this, and if so, wouldn't that driver have to be 64-bit compatible?
11-24-2012 12:46 PM
You need to slipstream the 64 bit AMD SATA driver for whatever AMD chipset your PC has in order to get XP x 64 to install.
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11-24-2012 08:43 PM
I've actually tried that already, and I still get the same problem. I have used Cpu-Z and confirmed that I have an AMD 64-bit processor, as well as switching my SATA settings to IDE. Still nothing.
I'm very, very confused. Do you think I could be using Nlite incorrectly or something???
11-25-2012 09:01 AM
I wish I could help you, but I can't.
There are several folks that have had a very tough time getting the AMD SATA driver to work (or the right one to work).
I have never tried to slipstream or install via the F6 prompt, an AMD AHCI driver.
Done plenty of Intel ones but never AMD.
You are extracting the AHCI driver from the AMD chipset download, correct? They are in the Packages folder. Use a free extraction utility like 7-zip to extract them from the downloaded file.
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