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I can't fix the 0x000000D1 iaStor.sys problem

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Nekodomo, Mar 29, 2011.

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  1. Nekodomo

    Nekodomo Thread Starter

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    YES, I've searched the Web for a solution and they gave very great links:
    Stop Error in IASTOR.SYS
    Windows XP blue screen error, stop code 0x000000D1

    They kept on posting that the fix is to download a file (R130119.EXE) and running it while the SATA is set to ATA. To install an update or driver something then it will fix the problem, set it back to AHCI, then voila.

    Didn't work.

    Well, I managed to run the R130119.EXE file (thru command prompt) and extracted it to C:\DELL\DRIVERS\R130119. But when I tried to run the Setup.exe, it says "This operating system is not supported. Setup will exit."

    I'm not sure if I've set the SATA to ATA correctly. When I went to BIOS' setup, the SATA was set to RAID by default. The other option was to set it to AHCI. That was all. Either RAID or AHCI. I tried both, but the file still won't open.

    What now?


    By the way, I have the Alienware Aurora and Windows 7.


    PLEASE HELP.
     
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    Nekodomo Thread Starter

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    By the way, running it in Safe Mode doesn't work. I got the blue screen of death that way too.
     
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    Not sure if it'll help. Here's a photo.

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