I'm aware restoration to different hardware isn't guaranteed, but Server 2008 BMR hasn't failed me yet, and this and the other server running R2 I tested (mentioned previously) are a lesser Highlight the IDE controller Now Click the Left most icon Below 'Add Attachment' Don't create a New Virtual drive, Select Existing VDI > just browse to where the VDI file is I have done the Windows image backup, then the network restore on a VM (Generation 1), and after the restore process have completed, I was getting those annoying BlueScreens! Rebuildbcd is actually better because it will clear the now useless boot entries out. this contact form
Also as a side note, for myself and others this is also particularly relevant to SBS 2011 deployments and will drive up costs for 3rd party utilities if there is not The puzzling thing for me is, when performing BMR on physical or virtual machines with onboard/built-in/native storage controllers no drivers need to be supplied in the WinPE environment. If we find a Filter Driver entry that is not related to a storage component, such as the network stack, it is still possible that this may be related, if the Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions 12. http://serverfault.com/questions/315420/stop-error-0x0000007b-on-boot-bare-metal-recovered-win2008r2
Now if compression were included in an SP or the next version it will have reached that always elusive "ideal" ;¬). In order for me to fix it, i had to disable (0x4) some LSI-SAS services drivers that were installed in the original server and enable (0x0) my LSI-SCSI, because that is Many thanks, Chris Monday, August 16, 2010 9:22 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Update 2: I've tried the following to no avail: Tried booting into Safe
Re: Windows 2008 R2 Server Stop Error 7B After Bare-Metal Restore to VM. I've successfully restored Server 2008 machines from physical machines to VMs before, including servers using hardware RAID cards (e.g. Many thanks, Chris Marked as answer by Irish Chris Sunday, October 16, 2011 10:30 PM Sunday, October 16, 2011 10:29 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote +1 Worked Bsod 0x0000007b The issue seems to lie squarely with loading the storage controller.
In other words, MS just lost a customer to 3rd party vendors - this is far too important to rely on something that breaks with the next version of Windows, while 0x0000007b Hyper-v Thanks. Here are the methods I tried: Move hard drive to a new laptop (Stop 0x0000007b) - Failed Microsoft claim that in rare cases you may have problems restoring a backup with https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/office/en-US/b4d45d9d-4c90-4ab0-ae38-f1257ce9c608/windows-7-server-2008-r2-bare-metal-restore-0x0000007b-stop-error?forum=windowsbackup To do this, we would boot to WinPE or WinRE (using a Windows Vista / Windows Server 2008 / Windows 7 / Windows Server 2008 R2 DVD).
StartRep.exe After a while, this gave me an error with the following problem signature (from memory, I didn't think I would be unable to replicate it later): Problem Event Name: StartupRepairOffline 0x0000007b Windows 7 The steps below outline the order in which we should proceed, assuming that there are no hardware problems: Troubleshooting step 1 if machine was previously was booting properly: In nearly every Second, after taking care of that, the server was blue-screening with "Stop error 0x0000007b". Start the VM.
Browse other questions tagged bsod windows-server-2008-r2 or ask your own question. All have failed so far.As to your suggestion about verifying the controller, and then using vSphere Converter, are you suggesting I point the converter at the 'broken' VMDK and use a Server 2008 0x0000007b Post Navigation Next Post → Search for: Top Posts How To Fix Boot/BCD 0xc000000f Error Windows 7 How IP Routing Works How Does A Router Work? P2v-migration-issues-with-hyper-v-stop-0x0000007b I did renaming driver file, HpSAMD.sys to other so that I will not be loaded at startup, change the registry for HpSAMD service to disable (Start:0->4), but all doesn't fix so
Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions 8. http://webamplayer.com/7b-windows/7b-blue-screen-windows-7.html Email Address © Copyright 2012 - Great White Hosting Infinity Theme by DesignCoral / WordPress Follow Follow Think Like A Computer Get every new post on this blog delivered to your Feb 23, 2012 1:06 PM (in response to citpaj) What did you try so far? Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions 10. Stop 0x0000007b Vmware
Restarted and same Stop Error. Regards, Stanislaw Proposed as answer by Stanislaw Wawszczak Wednesday, January 29, 2014 2:09 PM Wednesday, January 29, 2014 2:05 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Backup harddisk/storage controller After enabling all the SCSI Miniports, Win7 booted without an issue and started installing drivers for the new motherboard… No more BSOD. http://webamplayer.com/7b-windows/blue-screen-7b-windows-7.html i've tried bcdedit before and after reboot, all your stuffabove but nothing, same error as before.maybe i should load new harddiskdriversbefore rebooting the system, i will give an answer on this
When you select an OS to load the boot loader then tries to load the OS on the second partition. Likewise if the files are encrypted then taking ownership isn't an option. –Ramhound Nov 3 '14 at 16:00 It seems to me that the core issue is the changed Started by Tim West , 20 January 2011 - 04:34 PM Login to Reply 5 replies to this topic Best Answer SEAN BOUDREAU , 20 January 2011 - 07:21 PM This
You should now have a successfully booting restored Server 2008 R2! :¬) (Remember if it's a new add-in RAID card and you supply the drivers it will successfully inject them into The LSI_SAS valueisdefinitely required, I couldn't boot in a VM until this was chaned to0. If we find errors and fix them, or if we do not find any errors, and the issue still exists, then we need to move to the next step in the Join other followers: %d bloggers like this: Jump to content Citrix Citrix Discussions Log In Citrix.com Knowledge Center Product Documentation Communities Blogs All CategoriesAppDNAArchived Products (includes End of Life)Citrix CloudCitrix Developer
Re: Windows 2008 R2 Server Stop Error 7B After Bare-Metal Restore to VM. Browse other questions tagged windows-server-2008-r2 hp restore or ask your own question. Bookmarking this post. his comment is here If you wish to jump straight to the solution read Method 6 but note it requires a Hyper-V server.
I'm wondering why R2 doesn't work while it have been possible before R2... I've also tested restoring from VMs to physcial machines and that also worked without issue. I used my ISO server 2008 R2 image again, go through the same procedure, until i got to the command prompt, ran regedit and load the hive from my Windows partition Likewise—if SFC /scannow finds problems, but is unable to fix them, or if rebuilding the BCD outlined in Troubleshooting Step 4 above does not resolve the issue, we will probably need
citpaj Feb 23, 2012 12:52 PM I've been trying to do a bare-metal restore of a physical Windows 2008 R2 Server onto a VM, and although the restore goes just fine, So I guess I should probably not have done that. Thank you a lot Irish Chris! This forms part of our disaster recovery strategy, which is to restore many of or physical x86 machines to VM's, so it assumes we have no physical machine available from which
I hope this solution points others in the right direction. Select HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, then select File/Load Hive from Menu. HyperV) VMs. Life saver! –Joel Harris Dec 21 '15 at 16:25 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Sign up using