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STOP: 0x00000007B (0xF7B44528, 0xC0000034, 0x00000000, 0x00000000)

Just got a ThinkPad T23 without a hard drive.  Took a hard drive with XP Professional out from a working T20 and put it into the T23, and now get "STOP: 0x00000007B (0xF7B44528, 0xC0000034, 0x00000000, 0x00000000)" during boot.  When the drive is put back into the T20, everything boots up fine.  But it back into the T23 again and get the STOP error again.
Took a working drive with XP Professional from yet another T20, and the same exact problem.

Is there anything I can do to get the T23 to boot from a hard drive removed from a T20?
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MiniDevoCommented:
Can you see the drive properly in BIOS? It sounds to me like a motherboard/Intel driver issue.
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FayazCommented:
Go to BIOS>>Config>>change SATA setting to compatibility, and then save config and restart it.  
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John HurstBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
T2x machines precede SATA, so I think what you will really find here is that the two T machines are different machines and the outcome experienced is to be expected. You would have to install the OS in the T23 machine along with the drivers for the T23. ... Thinkpads_user
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mpashaCommented:
I have been doing this for years for my clients when doing hardware upgrades especially motherboards. Put the drive back in the original laptop.
Go to Control Panel, System, Hardware, Device Manager.
Expand IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers. You should have 3 items listed under that - the controller itself and the primary and secondary ide channel.  
Right click the controller,
 choose update driver,
 no not this time,
 install from a list or specific location,
 Don't search, I will choose the driver to install,
 highlight "Standard Dual Channel PCI IDE controller" and next.

Follow any prompts and reboot. After XP is done rebooting and installing any additional ide drivers, you can shut down the machine and move the hard drive. You might still need other drivers for video, audio, ethernet, etc. Also do not forget to update the ide and chipset drivers when the drive is in the T23.

Good luck!
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apx_31088Author Commented:
MiniDevo: I don't see the HD in BIOS.  When I choose CONFIG, it shows:
Network
RFID Security
IBM Security Chip
Serial port
Infrared
Parallel Port
PCI
USB
Floppy Drives
Keyboard/Mouse
Display
Power
Alarm
Memory

Fayaz:  see above.  SATA is not shown.  It does have an IDE drive.

thinkpads_user:  Hmmm, why would XP installed on a T20 cause the Blue Screen error on a T23?
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John HurstBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
@apx_31088 - Because the HAL (Hardware Abstraction Layers) are different. You cannot run a T41 hard drive in a T43 for the same reason. .. Thinkpads_User
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Jackie ManCommented:
If you want to use the hard disk from T20 to be used in T23 without re-installing Windows XP, you need to use Symantec Backup Exec System Recovery (BESR) version 8.5 to backup T20 to an external storage and restore (with Different Hardware option) to a new or used hard disk for T23.

It is common to see Blue Screen error if we just pull out hard disk from one computer and put it back to another computer with different hard ware as Windows installation create specific Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL) as a platform for the OS to communicate with the hardware. Different XP installations, of course, has different HAL. When XP boots up and cannot find the corresponding hardware according to HAL, it will give Blue Screen error.

Source: http://www.theeldergeek.com/clean_installation_of_windows_xp.htm
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Jackie ManCommented:
You can use the same hard disk from T20 in your T23 if you use BESR but you will need to re-activate XP again as Microsoft will not allow use to use the same OS licence on two different computers. Besides, after restoring OS of T20 to T23, if you put back the same hard disk to T20, it will give you a Blue Screen error. (as explained in HAL concept above)
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apx_31088Author Commented:
jackieman:  OK.  Trying to transfer the same copy of XP from one machine to another without reinstalling - don't have installation disks.  I understand about the HAL, however, MPASHA seems to understand how to deal with that by setting drivers to Generic and letting XP on the new machine add drivers as appropriate instead of just dying when trying to use a driver from the old machine that doesn't work on the new machine.  Sounds like a viable idea . . .

mpasha:  Great, XP boots up now on the new machine!  But, as you said, more needs to be done.  At this time, it boots to Desktop.  Looks like the Generic VGA drivers are being used because the icons are very big.  I will fix that once I can get to Control Panel, but the keyboard and mouse don't work!  There's a dialog box on the screen that says "ibmpmsvc.exe - Application Error" because some memory at some location could not be written.  Is this the symptom of another driver difference?  I
d try to detect new Hardware, but the mouse and keyboard don't work.
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mpashaCommented:
Get to IBM's website and download the latest drivers from another pc. Put them on cd or flash drive. In the meantime grab a USB mouse and keyboard and plug in if available.  Then reboot into safe mode and remove drivers for the other laptop. Also go to Start>Run>msconfig. Under services "Hide microsoft" and uncheck those that might be hardware specific to the old machine. Go to startup and do the same. Hope this gets you going.
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Jackie ManCommented:
HAL is not as simple as driver as it is integrated with the OS. Try google for HAL XP and you will understand more.
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nobusCommented:
here is how to move xp to different hardware : (not recommended)
http://www.michaelstevenstech.com/moving_xp.html                  Moving XP
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/249694                          "         "  
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FayazCommented:
This error indicates when the drive is not detected, try booting from windows CD and go through repair process. That will copy some necessary drivers as well.
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beesterCommented:
You could try to do a repair install from the WinXP CDROM after the hard drive is installed in the T23. This will keep all your settings, but you will have to reinstall the latest servicepack after this is done.
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Jackie ManCommented:
From my google search for "Standard Dual Channel PCI IDE controller", I find the following procedure which is more or less the same with the advice from mpasha.

- Change the IDE+AGP controller driver to the Windows default driver (Standard Dual Channel PCI IDE Controller and PCI standard PCI-to-PCI bridge respectivelly)

- Uninstalled the VGA Card drivers

- Changed the motherboard

- Reassembled the pc again with all the cards and cables that were previously attached

- At this phase, I could boot Windows without any blue screen and also without making a installation repair!

- Next step: install the new chipset drivers and VGA drivers

Source: http://www.theeldergeek.com/replace_motherboard.htm

Despite the fact that the above contradicts with my learning for acquiring MCDST, it will work I think.

So, make sure that you can get rid of the re-activation after setup of all drivers.
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Jackie ManCommented:
ibmpmsvc.exe is a process for IBM power management.

To fix it, you need to un-install the bundled power management software; download the software from lenovo website or locate the software in the CD that comes with your T23; and install the software again.
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