Please supply your exact steps. Thanks
Tried to boot using EEtech thats it........
EEtech standalone, Bart PE version of EETech...BSOD in BartPE? Emergency boot? Remove EE?
Which version... Standalone, BartPE, WinPE...
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?
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.
Bottom of the page.
Are you booting off a USB pen? I've sometimes had machines that blue screen when I use the USB pen i've created with BartPE+EETech. In thoses cases I've used a actual CD.
Also, had issues with AHCI drivers and the sata operations in BIOS that can sometimes cause blue screens. Usually i set it to ata and use the bartpe without ahci drivers. (also have another disk that has specific ahci drivers for specific laptops and i don't change the sata ops. Not sure why I've had to do this- but they seem to work!) (ps- remember to change bios back to original setting once finished)
I'm getting the below BSOD message
STOP: 0x0000007B (0XF78D6528, 0xC0000034, 0x00000000, 0x00000000)
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.