Stop Error 7b at change from Standard PC to ACPI


M

Mario

I have a working image with the Standard PC Component.

For some reasons I have to change the hal dll to ACPI, so I disabled to
Standard PC component and I added these ones (info from TAP):

+ ACPI Fan
+ ACPI Thermal Zone
+ Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) PC

Then I set all necessary infos at the Advanced Configuration and Power
Interface....

New when the image boots, I get the 7b Blue Screen....

I think there are all important system components (disk drive, ide....)
available, because at Standard PC Hal all works fine.....
Any ideas?
Thanks in advance

Mario
 
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Lynda Allen [MS]

Mario,

A 7B error indicates that a critical device required for boot is not
present. It may be that you added the incorrect HAL for the hardware you
have- you can troubleshoot by adding ACPI Uniprocessor PC component to your
config, then deleting the Standard PC component and rebuilding, to see if
you can boot.

The best approach would be to run tap.exe on the actual target device and
import the resulting pmq into your current configuration- that would pick up
the correct HAL.

Thanks,
 
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M

Mario

The problem was, that I added Advanced Configuration and Power Interface
(ACPI) PC instead of the Standard PC Component.

But at ACPI there is another component necessary: Microsoft ACPI Compliant
System

I think there sould be a depency... or am I wrong?

however the bluescreen has gone away...
so thanks for help

mario
 

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