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#4338
Re:2003 07B error 8 Years, 12 Months ago Karma: 52
yes, that's the tool.

You may first want to get to know the steps using a vm as guest pc. Install Windbg on your host pc.

inside the guest, add the following to boot.ini:

/debug /debugport=COM1 /baudrate=115200

google for more info on debugging using VirtualBox, same can be done on vmlite.

Once you are familar with vm debugging, you can connect 2 pcs using 1394 cable, USB cable, or COM serial cable.
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Re:2003 07B error 8 Years, 12 Months ago Karma: 52
It just occured to me, this might be to do with partition number of your vhd 2003. Is it on first partition? How many partitions do you have? If it's multiple partioned, and your windows is not on 1st partition, it may have problem. Will double check this.


sebus wrote:
So far in my testing I used different 2003 images & done few clean installs.

On overall it works fine, but I have one image created from existing hardware that works perfectly fine on that hardware. So while booted to it I installed vboot with devcon & created .vhd from this partition

No matter what I do, image booted with vboot this will ALWAYS give 07B BSoD
I spent so far 2 days testing, redoing the image, adjusting services/drivers etc

Other images on same hardware convert/install fine, but NOT this one

This vhd works absolutely fine when used in Vmlite Workstation

So there must be something that does not agree with vboot BIG time (yet I have no idea what! it could be)

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Re:2003 07B error 8 Years, 11 Months ago Karma: 0
And what break point would I need to set?

I think firewire would be the easiest option for connection with

/debug /debugport=1394 /CHANNEL=3

As to the setup:

1 SATA drive with 3 partitions:

System7
Data
System2003

2003 vhd is located on partition 2 (Data)

boot.ini in the vhd is set to:

default=multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS

and it is correct, as otherwise 2003 would not boot at all

I have additional 2 images (both 2003, one installed from scratch on this hardware via vboot, another one converted), each one boots fine!

I checked & re-checked all the entries, there is nothing obvious to me that looks different between all 3 images as far as vboot/nvidia raid driver are concerned

Thanks

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Re:2003 07B error 7 Years, 11 Months ago Karma: 0
After a year or so, I went back with current vboot version 2 to the same image, upgraded the drivers (which by now changed names), yet the same BSOD happens
Other W2K3 images upgraded the same way work (as previously) fine

I can boot physical W2K3 partition, so I even re-created vhd from this W2K3 partition
Same BSoD 07B

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Re:2003 07B error 7 Years, 11 Months ago Karma: 86
07B indicates the virtual disk file can't be loaded. Will change to other bugcheck code for easy debugging.
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Re:2003 07B error 7 Years, 11 Months ago Karma: 0
I know what 07B means.
But what is the most odd that on same hardware plain install of same flavour Server 2003 R2 boots using vhd same vboot version just fine

I have checked all required services, no problem there.

Yet obviously there is something else that loads in this converted image that makes vboot choke

Help appreciated

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