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Stop 0x0000007B on my exchange server

Posted on 2008-11-18
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Last Modified: 2013-12-01
When I boot my exchange server i get a BSOD with the message Stop 0x0000007B.
This is the only exchange server in my domain. (hoted on a 2003 server)

When i connect the disk to an other server I can read all data.
Is there a way to fix this error / restore the server (i have no bac
Question by:SjoerdvW

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greesh_hem earned 480 total points
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Hi SjoerdvW,

0x7B(inaccessable boot device) means that Windows is unable to access the boot partition.
you may want to try the above, while it relates to XP, it is most likley the same for 2003.
other reading

It might all be a driver issue. Did you try to boot safe mode?

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