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you probably need to build your wintech CD with the right drivers for the laptop.
telling us what the BSOD message is might help though?
Usually its the SATA HDD controller driver.
The stop error: 0x0000007b and safebootsamurai you are right it relates to HDD drive.
I'll definitely give rebuilding the WinTech CD with relevant drivers a try.
Thanks guys for your suggestions!
or switch the drive in the BIOS into compatibility mode while you are using WinTech.
don't forget to change it back though or your original OS will BSOD.
Changed the SATA operation to ATA and it all worked fine.
Thanks very much. That's a simplier solution.