Trying to boot Windows XP and getting the STOP 0x0000007B BSOD?
This usually occurs when Windows is trying to repair/load from a SATA drive, without the appropriate SATA drivers. This is the way I fixed it, due to the fact that many BIOs are different they are generic instructions which should hopefully be easy to follow in your particular circumstance.
- Enter the Computer’s BIOs (Usually it is F1 or F2 at computer boot)
- Go into the HDD Section or an area indicating any Controller options (Using the Arrow Keys & the Enter button to navigate)
- Change the HDD controller from AHCI/SATA or Raid to ATA or IDE
- Restart the computer boot up or Windows install.