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Stop Error 0x0000007B INACCESSIBLE_BOOT_DEVICE after PC was Ghosted

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by PB1856, Jan 21, 2003.

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  1. PB1856

    PB1856 Thread Starter

    Oct 23, 2002
    Hi guys, I have an issue with a PC I am cloning using Ghost 7.5 I have done the research and it appears that I am getting the BSOD and stop error when Win2k is booting up for the first time due to drivers not being loaded for the SCSI Adapter(Adaptec SCSI Card 29160N).

    I used sysprep on the source PC and haven't had any problems with the several other models of PCs that I have cloned, until I got to this particular SCSI Adapter.

    After this happened, I went back and tried to include the drivers for the SCSI card in sysprep, but I never did modify the sysprep.inf file with the Pnp ID for this particular SCSI adapter. So the rebuild failed again and I assume this is why.

    So my question is, does anyone know how to obtain the PnP ID information for this card that I need to include with the sysprep.inf and anything else you can think of that I am not doing right? Thanks!!
  2. Toddles18


    Jul 18, 2001
    Personally I'd just install w2k overtop of what you already cloned into there. The programs are all already there, this way it will get the right driver and everything will be there. imho
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