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hemantk
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EETech for Windows 7

Hello ..........

I'm getting BSOD when i boot laptop using eetech.....

so please help me.....

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dwebb
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Re: EETech for Windows 7

Please supply your exact steps.  Thanks

hemantk
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Re: EETech for Windows 7

hello...

Tried to boot using EEtech thats it........

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Re: EETech for Windows 7

Which version... Standalone, BartPE, WinPE...

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Re: EETech for Windows 7

When you boot an EETech CD, you are booting a Windows image, so your problems will be Windows related, not EETech related.

It would help to know what the exact message was though - perhaps you just missed out a driver?

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Re: EETech for Windows 7

Hello SafeBoot.

I'm getting the below BSOD message

STOP: 0x0000007B (0XF78D6528, 0xC0000034, 0x00000000, 0x00000000)

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Re: EETech for Windows 7

What version of EETech are you using, and what's the complete message - it would usually mention a driver etc.

regardless though, it's a windows error so that means however you built your EETech image, it didn't work.

Re: EETech for Windows 7

Often the 7B error has to do with the SATA mode set in the BIOS - at least on our systems. Sometimes switching to a different mode will allow a system to boot.

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Re: EETech for Windows 7

EEtech standalone, Bart PE version of EETech...BSOD in BartPE?  Emergency boot?  Remove EE?

Thanks

Re: EETech for Windows 7

Make sure you have both MfeEpePc.sys and MfeEEAlg.sys and that the services are set up properly in the registry.  I also suggest trying my Winbuilder script.  I think it allows you to make a much more flexible boot CD and also I made the script so it's pretty much browse and click.

https://community.mcafee.com/message/212439#212439

Bottom of the page.

File:  https://community.mcafee.com/servlet/JiveServlet/download/212439-33080/EETEch.script.zip