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    WHS installation bluescreen 0X0000007B, 0XF789EA94, 0XC0000034 medion MS6682

    Problem with my windows home server since this weekend. When booting the it an error message "STOP: 0x0000007B" The message said "look viruses on your PC vic. Remove any hard drive or disk controller newly installed [...] Run CHKDSK / F to check for of damage to your hard drive and then restart your computer " I cannot make the cd boot windows (like the keyboard is disconnected at the time of press a button to start the boot on the cd). I changed my RAM recently, I've put my original RAM works perfectly, I have reinstalled Windows on the disc thanks to another pc but nothing I always have this message and after that a blue screen. Is there any solution for the problem of this bulescreen.

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    Re: WHS installation bluescreen 0X0000007B, 0XF789EA94, 0XC0000034 medion MS6682

    Your mistake is INACCESSIBLE_BOOT_DEVICE you no longer have access to your HD system. First verified that the IDE is pushed everywhere. Change your IDE then serving to your main HD on the secondary IDE conneteur. Microsoft says on the subject. Often this error results from a boot device failure. I can only provide you the cause of problem that you are getting but unfortunately currently I am not having any solution for the problem.

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    Re: WHS installation bluescreen 0X0000007B, 0XF789EA94, 0XC0000034 medion MS6682

    This error always underinsured motorist while the System is starting. This will happen often before the debugger connection is established, making debugging difficulties or impossible. resolving a failed boot device problem: If a boot device iz at fault, you must edit the boot options. See Configuring Software on the Target Computer for details.

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    Re: WHS installation bluescreen 0X0000007B, 0XF789EA94, 0XC0000034 medion MS6682

    As stated in the explanations Microsoft now that you have verified the connection. You boot from the windows CD and then you type over R to access the Recovery Console. You spend the issues hab tual teachings ezt you get to the prompt. First you type chkdsk / f / r then you do enter then you type fixmbr then enter ensue fixboot then enter.

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    Re: WHS installation bluescreen 0X0000007B, 0XF789EA94, 0XC0000034 medion MS6682

    In your bios cdrom was not in first factory booit as he always is. Indeed, a new buyer will necessarily want to install windows from the CD-ROM. and it was not going to change the BIOS settings. That is why I told you not indicated. By cons when the disk is required I always mention in first boot floppy. I hope this will help you to resolve the issue that you are facing.

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    Re: WHS installation bluescreen 0X0000007B, 0XF789EA94, 0XC0000034 medion MS6682

    My advice is to boot from the cdrom with the original cdrom and then uninstall then the recovery console (never start a new install) then do CHKDSK / P / R on the two disks. Then try to reboot the computer system, if itís not working reboot the CDROM and make an attempt to repair windows 7. If it works yet, it may have a problem there Quil hardware, how the failure is Telele arrival? If you have any other problem let me know I will try to resolve the issue.

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    Re: WHS installation bluescreen 0X0000007B, 0XF789EA94, 0XC0000034 medion MS6682

    Thank you for the response element in relation to the recognition of the hard disk. I had to install windows 7 on a new laptop, which crashed to the recognition of the hard disk during installation. And indeed, this was due to a bad hard disk configuration (set in recognition SATA instead of IDE) thank you again and good evening.

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